Posts Tagged: Carnegie Mellon

Making Buildings Smarter at Carnegie Mellon

Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh is dedicated to higher education, research, and learning, so it makes sense that the buildings themselves are smart. By partnering with IBM, Carnegie Mellon was able to harness the power of data from buildings to improve facility performance, increase efficiency, and advance industry business practices.

Maybe we’ll know it’s Gov 2.0 when we don’t call it Gov 2.0 anymore

This is my first blog post within GovLoop. I am happy to be here. A little gov/tech background: I am a writer/editor/project manager/interactive designer who is currently working as a contractor on a federal website. I call myself a content wrangler; I’ve done everything from write copy for tiny display cards in a Kentucky arboretum… Read more »