Posts Tagged: 2010

This Valentine's Day, We Only Have Eyes for Crushing, Crippling, Awe-Inspiring Debt http://bit.ly/e1pbEr

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and like most of you, I'm planning to write a bad check for piles and piles of gifts. I'm not sure what, really. I won't keep much track. Even after I buy them, I'll probably be a little fuzzy on what exactly I paid for. And when the... Read more »

What We've Accomplished in 2010

Hey everyone - Happy New years! First of all I want to thank everyone for an amazing 2010 at GovLoop. We've spent the last few weeks highlighting the best of GovLoop content from blogs, discussions, to groups. But outside of great content, I'd love to thank everyone for what we've accomplished together this year as... Read more »

IBM Center's Top 10 Most Read Blog Posts in 2010

Here are the top ten most-read blog posts from the IBM Center for The Business of Government’s Blog this past year. The list starts with the most popular! 1. Congress Hits Refresh Button on the Results Act (October 5, 2010) Senator Tom Carper (D-DE) summarized the need for a refresh when he introduced his bill... Read more »

Best of 2010: Top 5 Federal Collaboration Projects

As Stephen points out, it's the time of year for reflecting on the best of, and what better way than in classic GovLoop list-style. Here are some of my favorite 2010 Federal Collaboration Projects. 5. Piggy Bank Anyone? As NextGov puts it: You're never too young to learn financial responsibility. Back in August, the Treasury... Read more »

The best of ELC 2010

I just got back from the ACT-IAC Executive Leadership Conference in Williamsburg, Va. last night. Those of you who attended will likely agree that it was a whirlwind, thirty-some hours of great information and discussion. While at the conference, Editor Dave Perera and I had the opportunity to cover sessions and sit down with government... Read more »

Closing Notes on NAGW's 2010 National Conference

I’m back in my office after another successful NAGW conference. I’m tired, hopeful and excited. Tired because planning and executing a national conference is a lot of work! Hopeful because I met a lot of great government web people who are passionate about what they do; and excited because this year’s speakers challenged our sometimes... Read more »