Posts Tagged: debates

The Debates Are Over — So What Matters to You? Plus the 7 DorobekINSIDER Stories

On GovLoop Insights’ DorobekINSIDER: Depending on which stats you look at and depending on which group you talk to, federal employees are either WAY underpaid or WAY overpaid. How can those divergent numbers exits? We drill down the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics’ numbers with the Washington Post’s Eric Yoder. Click here for the fullRead… Read more »

The Pay Debate is back – do you make more or less? Plus your Debate Prep Guide

On GovLoop Insights’ DorobekINSIDER: Iran’s recent state-sponsored denial of service attacks on US Banks are just the latest cybersecurity threats making the news. So what’s new? What the Defense Department’s role? And how do you get ahead of the innovative hactivisits? Insights from the director of security strategies at Imperva – Rob Rachwald. Click hereRead… Read more »

E-Verify Makes its Debate Debut — Plus DorobekINSIDER’s 7 Stories

On GovLoop Insights’ DorobekINSIDER: Did you tune-in to last night’s debates? Record numbers of you took to twitter. But career feds were still left in the dark for specifics on what a second-term Obama administration or a Romney-Ryan ticket would actually look like. So how do the career folks prep? Click here for the fullRead… Read more »

Make or Break Night for Pres. Obama — Your Debate Guide — 7 DorobekINSIDER Stories

On GovLoop Insights’ DorobekINSIDER: We are less than three weeks from the election. So the big question now, is what’s next? What happens after the new president is elected? How should career feds handle the transition. NAPA and ASPA have tried to answer some of those questions. They’ve launched the Memos to National Leaders projectRead… Read more »

OhMyGov(ies) And The Hatch Act – To Live Tweet, Or Not To Live Tweet

The Hatch Act of 1939, officially An Act to Prevent Pernicious Political Activities, is the official guidance for civil servants of the executive branch on engaging in partisan political activity. More than seventy years after it was enacted, the blurred lines between professional and private lives, compounded by the development of social media, complicates theRead… Read more »

The Crowd and the Election

There are numerous ways that one can participate in and pay tribute to the electoral process, but what’s really nice is how many of the keyholders seem to be involving the crowd in this current election. For example, the National Journal recently made a call for better questions for the presidential debates. Among the numerousRead… Read more »

CB2: Second Screen for Government

Last night I saw a rather interesting commercial promoting the Disney re-release of Bambi. What made it so interesting was the introduction of a technology called Second Screen. As the name implies, your TV is the first screen, and your mobile device (in this case a tablet) the second. In the case of Bambi, yourRead… Read more »