Do Clothes Affect Work?

I’ve had a few different work outfits. As a caddie at a golf club, I had to wear a specific white polo every Saturday and Sunday. When I started in government, I worked for three different agencies with varying dress codes. One was khakis and polos and the other was pretty much everything goes includingRead… Read more »

New Year, New Contest – Enter the CityCamp Challenge

GovLoop’s AwesomeGov Gives Again with the CityCamp Challenge! SUBMIT and VOTE Fresh off the heels of the AwesomeGov launch in which GovLoop gave $1,789 to Adventures for the Cure, we’ve teamed up with Code for America to ensure that 4 top innovators can attend CityCamp on January 23-24, 2010. In this current economic climate, severalRead… Read more »

Member of the Week: Steve Davies

1. Being in Australia, can you give a bit of background on what you do and how it corresponds to a similar role/function in US government? Have been in Australia 40 years. Came from the UK. Started life as an educator then had opportunities to branch out. Broadly speaking have worked in the human resources/organisationalRead… Read more »

Best of GovLoop 2009: A Dozen Dynamite Blog Posts

One of our GovLoop Rockstars, Amanda Blount, took a close look at the blogs from 2009 to unearth the biggest gems – posts that sparked comment or controversy or that just got us talking about key topics in government. Here are her picks (and we agree – these were some of the standouts!). __________________ DuringRead… Read more »

Best of GovLoop 2009: 10+ Tremendous Groups

At this time of year, everyone’s offering their reflections on a few of their favorite things from the past twelve months. In that same seasonal spirit, GovLoop has ventured into the vaults to discover the best of 2009. We picked (at least!) a baker’s dozen for best groups (below), and we’d like to get yourRead… Read more »