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Lindsey Tepe's Discussions

Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Erik G Eitel Dec 6, 2012. 7 Replies

Is 'Reply All' really such a dreadful thing? I recently came across an article, Eradicating 'Reply…Continue

Tags: Reply All, email, tech

Are National Parks set to go the way of the Postal Service?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Henry Brown Aug 31, 2012. 8 Replies

From Grand Canyon National Park to the Everglades, National Parks have remained an extremely popular destination for visitors all throughout the United States. With attendance consistently reaching…Continue

Tags: national parks, funding

IT Career Tracks in Government

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Gillis Aug 1, 2012. 4 Replies

Search "Information Technology" in USAjobs, and it seems there are hundreds of options for employment. For someone new to the public sector however, it can be overwhelming to begin the job search and…Continue

Tags: Career Tracks, Job Openings, Information Technology

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Lindsey Tepe commented on Kristy Dalton's blog post 'Prepare A Zombie Survival Kit'
""Now they recommend here a multipurpose tool. Here it is, on one side it's an eyebrow brush, and on the other side it's a eyebrow comb. Multipurpose tool - I'm sure that's what they're thinking of." Classic"
Jan 7, 2013
John Bersentes liked Lindsey Tepe's blog post 'Director of Innovate FDA Discusses Progress in Workforce Planning'
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Erik G Eitel replied to Lindsey Tepe's discussion 'Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?'
"I think the BCC is more relevant when using CRM systems opposed to communicating with people through a chain email. I know that Salesforce has a special link that needs to be BCC'd in order to log activity. So I can't really imagine the…"
Dec 6, 2012
A blog post by Lindsey Tepe was featured

Expansion of Mobility: The Perfect Storm for Government Agencies

Today, technology is a critical component to transform and modernize government to truly create a 21st century government. For our year-end report, the GovLoop team set out to explore what technology trends shaped 2012 to help agencies meet organizational goals. The report also includes best practices, case studies, and identifies which trends will shape government technology in 2013. This post will…See More
Dec 6, 2012
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Dec 6, 2012
Stewart F Gwyn replied to Lindsey Tepe's discussion 'Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?'
"How about BCC:? I don't use it. Never will. But I've noticed "reply all" "from" managers or executives contributing to a conversation where author set BCC for a reason or hoping for one. Some sites not having an option…"
Dec 5, 2012
Andrew Krzmarzick replied to Lindsey Tepe's discussion 'Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?'
"We need it! How laborious it would be to re-type everyone's emails every time, eh?"
Dec 5, 2012
A discussion started by Lindsey Tepe was featured

Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?

Is 'Reply All' really such a dreadful thing? I recently came across an article, Eradicating 'Reply All', which makes a compelling case for getting rid of - or at least limiting the availability of 'Reply All'. In the article, they seem to make a few cases for getting rid of the function:1) Mistaken use - employees occasionally embarrass themselves by accidentally using it2) Poor judgement - the…See More
Dec 5, 2012
Dave Bell liked Lindsey Tepe's discussion Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?
Dec 5, 2012
Ami Wazlawik replied to Lindsey Tepe's discussion 'Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?'
"I find that the reply all function can be very useful, particularly when trying to set up meetings, elicit feedback, or share ideas via email - lets everyone know what's going on at one time instead of having to make separate contacts with…"
Dec 4, 2012
Hannah Ornell replied to Lindsey Tepe's discussion 'Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?'
"I'm still a fan of the reply all function and wouldn't want to see it go. I agree that gmail's system of maintaining the emails in a thread is the ideal way to go. Hopefully other email servers switch over to this format."
Dec 4, 2012
Erik G Eitel replied to Lindsey Tepe's discussion 'Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?'
"Interesting thoughts. I'm excited to see what people have to say about this topic. Personally, I think reply all still has a function in email. As Lindsey said though, Google does the best job of managing threads so that the conversation…"
Dec 4, 2012
Henry Brown replied to Lindsey Tepe's discussion 'Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?'
"EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION Have worked with organizations which spent a considerable amount of time training the user communitee on the correct use of the Reply All button and the payoff was signficant!  One of the organizations took it to…"
Dec 4, 2012
Henry Brown liked Lindsey Tepe's discussion Getting Rid of RE: - Is There a Reason to Reply All?
Dec 4, 2012

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Masters in Public Administration, Syracuse University
Master of Arts in Teaching, Dominican University
Bachelor of Science - Economics, Arizona State University
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Lindsey Tepe's Blog

Expansion of Mobility: The Perfect Storm for Government Agencies

Posted on December 6, 2012 at 8:00am 0 Comments

Today, technology is a critical component to transform and modernize government to truly create a 21st century government. For our year-end report, the GovLoop team set out to explore what technology trends shaped 2012 to help agencies meet…

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Director of Innovate FDA Discusses Progress in Workforce Planning

Posted on December 5, 2012 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

We depend on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ensure that the medical innovations are safe and effective. Director of Innovate FDA and PEW Health Expert, Kathleen Stratton, has said, “FDA has a critical mission to promote and protect the public health and we should all care about their ability to do that.”

 

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For Campaign Offices Closing Shop, Where Does the Big Data Go?

Posted on November 15, 2012 at 3:00pm 1 Comment

Now that the 2012 election has come to an end, doors are closing for thousands of temporary campaign offices across the country. As campaigns have continued to collect more detailed and sophisticated voter information, these temporary offices have become more technologically advanced. With offices from national to state and local campaigns all shutting their doors, what is being done with devices that house that sensitive data?

 

For devices storing sensitive voter information,…

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Identifying the Promise of GIS for Government: Crime Reduction

Posted on November 13, 2012 at 1:30pm 1 Comment

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At 4:48am on December 15, 2011, James E. Evans, MISM, CSM said…

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