The recent launch of our software platform, Open Innovation, provides an a excellent opportunity to engage in a discussion about the importance of innovation, specifically in regard to workplace efficiency and communication. Around the globe, the past few years have witnessed significant infrastructural changes, not only in the way we communicate with one another, but in what we choose to say. Business and government are…Continue
Added by Chris Smith on July 16, 2012 at 1:03pm — No Comments
There has been a lot of talk on GovLoop this week about tech savviness among different generations, namely which one can rightfully call itself the most skilled. As if on cue comes a counter conversation about a low-tech transparency initiative in which citizens can can access information about Congress and their state, all from the twelve buttons of their…Continue
I am asking you to devote a few minutes to complete an online survey at
The survey is designed to gain information on key factors that influence the adoption of cloud computing services in the public sector. The information sought is for a thesis research project at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Individual responses will remain anonymous. Thank you.
Added by Brian Rossini on May 31, 2012 at 11:41pm — No Comments
How did sheep solve a problem for our agency in creating the USDA OCIO's brochure? It's simple, really.
First and foremost BIM is the life-cycle management of the built environment supported by digital technology. While the industry is currently fixated upon 3D visualization tools, aka Revit, Archicad, Bentely… they only represent optional components of a BIM…Continue
I am looking forward to attending the FOSE Conference April 3-5 in Washington DC. This is the final post in a blog series highlighting the 2012 conference tracks. Throughout this week I have been highlighting one of the tracks and provide some insights on what you can expect to see at FOSE 2012. The five tracks for the event are Cybersecurity, Cloud and Virtualization, Mobile, Defense Innovations and Records and Information Management. The final track to be highlighted is Records and…Continue
Added by Pat Fiorenza on March 30, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments
Now how widespread is this issue?
This may be regarded by some as one of my more controversial posts. After a lot of thought and conversation I have decided to go ahead and publish this post. I decided to so as I do not believe it is right for public sector agencies to hide information concerning their organisational health from the public.
I also do not believe it is right for agencies to take an extremely controlling approach to releasing information to their…Continue
Added by steve davies on March 20, 2012 at 9:40pm — No Comments
Deltek Analyst Stephen Moss reports.
With the other HIE, health insurance exchanges, now taking the market by storm, it is easy to forget the exchange that first caught our attention and dominated our coverage…Continue
Added by Kyle Ridley on February 29, 2012 at 8:12am — No Comments
In order to streamline costs and improve performance, more state and local governments are looking at smart grid technology. In order to meet that demand, companies are adapting enterprise technology to provide real-time monitoring for infrastructure systems. Real-Time Innovations (RTI) has launched RTI Connext™ a real-time Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) platform that can be used to support these systems. CivSource spoke with David Barnett, vice…Continue
Added by Bailey McCann on February 28, 2012 at 11:48am — No Comments
On Sunday, February 19, the Government Procurement Service officially launched CloudStore for UK central government and local authorities.…Continue
Like it or not, government is a big presence in the United States. The considerable number of bureaus, departments, and offices has always made it difficult for citizens to find their way around. And then the Internet arrived.
Today, the United States government has just about the largest internet presence on earth. And it’s all at your fingertips.
USA.gov is your access to a mind-boggling supply of information. …Continue
Added by Patricia A. O'Malley on February 21, 2012 at 11:19pm — No Comments
By Daniel Eisen
The impact of technology on the federal government operations and the delivery of citizen-centric services are undeniable. Developing and implementing any technology is a complex undertaking. Developing and implementing technology for the federal government, can and usually does, increase this level of complexity. These efforts usually involve multiple stakeholders and interests such as the prime contractor, subcontractor(s), consultants (technical and/or…Continue
Added by ASPA on February 9, 2012 at 12:58pm — No Comments
Remember a time when the office shut down for the holiday season, really meant that the office was shut down? When desktops and workstations sat idle and server lights barely blinked with the lack of network activity?
Those days seem like a long time ago. Now, the desktops and…Continue
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Originally Posted on Iron Bow Technologies Federal Blog, TechSource.
Authored by Prem Iyer, Information Security Practice Director
As with many new technologies the Chromebook is creating a surge of excitement among consumers. Users may be excited to get their hands on the new technology – but IT departments are dreading it.
With the demand of mobile devices growing, network administrators…Continue
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By Xin Wen
Recently I moved to Vienna, VA and the commute to ASTD suddenly became a time-consuming matter for me. However after a couple of days I found spending two hours per day on the metro is not totally a bad thing—I can read on the road. In fact, metro is now my productivity place—I finished a 400-page novel in one week. All…Continue