Posts By Megan Dotson

What’s the Most Inopportune Time Your Internet Didn’t Work?

Face it, it has happen to us all…some internet connections are spotty and they doesn’t always work when we absolutely need them to! Tell us a story about when your internet connection went out and you REALLY needed it to work; What were you doing? What were the pressures? How did it make you feel?Read… Read more »

Head in the Cloud? So are Some States…almost!

The Sacramento GovUp last week was no different than all the other GovUp‘s GovLoop has hosted; full of great ideas, an eager movement forward and an opportunity to network with people at all levels of government. Scott Gregory, California’s newest Geographic Information Officer, brought many great ideas to the table that are both aggressive andRead… Read more »

Be Present. Lend a Hand.

Join me and other GovLooper’s at this uniquely fun celebration. A networking event not to miss as GovLoop and the Washington City Paper bring together Federal employees and more than 30 charities to build upon the successful launch of this year’s Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA), the workplace giving campaign forRead… Read more »

Project of the Week: NHSC Received Recognition for Focus on Program Customer Satisfaction

I was fortunate enough to attend a great event hosted by the Department of Interior’s Federal Consulting Group (FCG) entitled 2011 Government Customer Satisfaction Forum. During this event, FCG unveiled the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ASCI) annual results for the Federal Government and recognized the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) in the Bureau of ClinicianRead… Read more »

Two Heads Really Are Better Than One!

We all know collaboration, brainstorming and team-work create a better product, solution and action; but whose two heads are creating the best results? In a recent report by Deloitte, “The Gender Dividend: Making the Business Case for Investing in Women“says Two Different Heads are Better than Two Similar Ones. While this may be obvious, itRead… Read more »

What myths would you like to see busted?

Mythbusters are in Government — and it’s not just a TV show! I had the pleasure of joining colleagues and friends at the AFFIRM luncheon today where we heard Daniel Gordon, Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, Office of Management and Budget candidly talk about his priorities and a few myths they are trying toRead… Read more »

All the World Wants is a Good Job?

Posted in Deloitte’s Perspectives Blog By Greg Pellegrino One world-wide desire? A good job. That’swhat Gallup concluded in 2007, based on data it collected in its World Poll, anongoing effort to learn what’s on the minds of six billion people around theglobe. It’s a startling discovery. Imagine:from Cleveland to Kandahar, from Shenzhen to Montevideo, stopRead… Read more »