Posts Tagged: 100

Fed 100 Award Winners – Plus the DorobekINSIDER 7 Stories

On GovLoop Insights’ DorobekINSIDER: It may sound odd, but constraints can and usually are a catalyst for innovation. Think back to the industrial age here in America, importing goods was costing too much money and taking too much time – insert the American Industrial Revolution. The industrial revolution was a time of extreme growth and… Read more »

Social Networking: Share Your Thoughts, Win Up To $100

My survey represents a chance to express your opinion of how social media tools serve our workplace. All participants can enter a drawing for a $100, $50 and multiple $10 Amazon gift cards!! You can provide the foundation for measurement of social networking concepts as they relate to individual perception of performance. But your response… Read more »

Nominations for the 2011 Federal 100 awards program due Dec 17

Federal Computer Week is now accepting nominations for the 2011 Federal 100 awards program, which recognizes individuals in government and industry who have played pivotal roles in the federal IT community in 2010. All nominations must be submitted via the electronic form below. The deadline is Dec. 17, 2010. Here are guidelines for submitting nominations…. Read more »

Changing Washington: Obama’s First 100 Days

On his first day in office, President Obama began acting on his campaign promise to “change the way Washington does business.” His first directive to agencies articulated a set of principles of how he wants the government to do its business: more transparency in how government does it work, more citizen participation via the Internet,… Read more »

Social Media Explodes onto Fed 100

Each year, the readers of Federal Computer Week nominate people to win this prestigious award. According to FCW, “The Federal 100 award recognizes individuals in government and industry who made significant contributions to the federal information technology community in 2008.” I’m delighted to say I know many of the winners, and I couldn’t be prouder… Read more »