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Posts Tagged: Chris Dorobek
If you’re anything like me, you’re pretty overwhelmed with the never-ending commercials concerning the newest updates, systems, and innovations the IT world sends out. We are inundated with more and more. It seems the IT world is constantly evolving – but is that the reality? On December 18th, 2014 Christopher Dorobek sat down with aRead… Read more »
In the second installment of Back to the Future, the widely acclaimed cult hit from Steven Spielberg, the protagonist, Marty McFly, finds himself in 2015 – a shock for his 1985-self. Amidst the many plot twists McFly also encounters the imagined technologies – flying cars, anyone? He also, discovered a government bureaucracy that continued toRead… Read more »
A couple weeks ago, my seven-month old son started having all the tell-tale signs of teething. So what did my wife and I do as first-time parents faced with a fussy infant? Well, we felt like we had a few options: Look it up in one of the 36 books we bought about babies. CallRead… Read more »
I enjoy listening/reading Federal News Radio and the DorobekINSIDER, Chris knows his stuff and has great guests. I came across this podcast, discussing why the Chairman tweets. The information is great, and very relevant, to businesses and federal agencies alike. With Chris Dorobek’s permission, I am including it here, along with my thoughts on theRead… Read more »
In case you missed it, our very own Steve Ressler (co-founder of Young Government Leaders and Founder of GovLoop) was on Federal News Radio this past week. Check it out! You just may hear about your contribution to this site…Congrats, Steve. Favorite