Posts Tagged: ceiling

Collaboration for the Intelligence Community? Plus the DorobekINSIDER 7 Stories

On GovLoop Insights’ DorobekINSIDER: Center for Effective Government it’s the new name for OMB Watch. So what other changes come with the title change? And what can we expect out of Government in 2013? Insights from Katherine McFate. Click here for the full recap. But First: U.S. intel community focuses on integration and collaboration IntegratingRead… Read more »

Gov 1310: an Adult Learner’s Experience with the Harvard Cheating Scandal

Among the great experiences of the year just past for me was the opportunity to learn about the US Congress through the Harvard Extension School from Professor Matthew B. Platt in the class Gov 1310. … Yes that class. Nearly one year since the first session of Gov 1310 and headlines about the class continueRead… Read more »

What’s the top priority for the 113 Congress? Plus the DorobekINSIDER 7 Stories

On GovLoop Insights’ DorobekINSIDER: Inauguration is a week away. Are you ready for the transition? When it comes to managing during the transition a couple think instantly pop: avoid gossip and do your homework. Click here for the full recap. The City of Santa Cruz is the smallest community to ever partner with Code forRead… Read more »

The Federal Coach: Debt Ceiling Uncertainty for Federal Workers

As was the case earlier this year when the White House and Congress went to the brink before finalizing a 2011 budget, government workers are again facing great uncertainty about their work and their future amid the high-stakes political negotiations over raising the debt limit. At this point, no one is saying what will happenRead… Read more »

Who is at the table for the Debt Ceiling talks?

So, the President, members of Congress, the Secretary of Treasury, Chief of the Federal Reserve ( I am sure) are all sitting around the “round table” discussing our nation’s future. They are deciding what is best for you and I from our work life to our home life, someone else is making the decisions. Hmmm…Read… Read more »