Posts Tagged: adobe

Government Computer Systems Breach

Although somewhat long reading (all three news stories are ~1100 words NOT counting alot of relevant comments) I believe that this ought to have at the least somewhat wider distribution…. From NextGov: … The FBI memo, Reuters reports, was meant to call for aministrators to clean up the mess left behind by Lauri Love, aRead… Read more »

Fighting Waste, Fraud and Abuse through Analytics: Case Study from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

As part of GovLoop’s recent report, Unlocking the Power of Government Analytics, I had the opportunity to speak with staff members from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). CMS staff provided expert insights on the importance of analytics to control waste, fraud and abuse. In 2010, CMS and the Department of Health andRead… Read more »

5 Steps to Leveraging Analytics in the Public Sector

The following post is an expert of GovLoop’s recent report: Unlocking the Power of Government Analytics. The report features 10 steps to leveraging analytics in the public sector, to read all 10 tips, be sure to view the guide below. Post Highlights Be sure to view GovLoop’s recent report Unlocking the Power of Government AnalyticsRead… Read more »

Join Our Study: Unlocking the Power of Government Analytics – Survey

Post Highlights Take the survey: Unlocking the Power of Government Analytics Help develop a community based resource Your chance to help peers work through common analytics challenges Join Us: Unlocking the Power of Government Analytics – Survey We at GovLoop need your help. We are working on an analytics report, Unlocking the Power of GovernmentRead… Read more »

Is Government Enabling Online Addiction?

If not, they should be! Almost everyday I see a different GovLoop member stressing the importance of online engagement in government as a tool for better customer service. As governments seek to serve citizens with more information online, are they contributing to our information overdose…or providing a quick hit that helps us more immediately? TakeRead… Read more »

Thanks to GovLoop’s Partners

Happy Summer everyone! As you know on GovLoop, you are not subjected to blinking banner ads and annoying pop-ups. I think the future of advertising is that it has to be beneficial to the community. Thus, here on GovLoop, you’ll see us work with our awesome partners to put on educational online trainings, special areasRead… Read more »

PDF Accessibility Promotion Endorsed by Australian Government

Adobe are running a series of education sessions on “PDF Accessibility Education Sessions for the Australian Government” in March 2011. These are to help Australian Public Servants with PDF authoring skills, after an AGIMO/Vision Australia study which was critical of the accessibility of Portable Document Format documents for people with a disability.In my view theRead… Read more »

Supporters Rock-The 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010

Originally posted on the Adobe Government Bits Blog November 18th, 2010 | Posted by John Cristofano Recently, President Obama signed into law the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010. The Act includes a number of provisions intended to increase access to video programming on television and the Internet, require access to theRead… Read more »

A few of my notes from the Adobe Government Assembly (or “What I learned from David Plouffe”)

Yesterday, I attended the Adobe Government Assembly at the Reagan building. This was my second #govtassembly. I took 2 1/2 pages of notes from the afternoon keynote by David Plouffe, author of “The Audacity to Win” and Campaign Manager, Obama for President 2008. I thought I’d put some of my notes here so that youRead… Read more »