Posts Tagged: DorobekINSIDER

EPA’s Apps for the Environment — Lessons Learned — What you need to know!

There’s a lot of talk about challenges and contests and many government organizations are actually doing them. But what works and what doesn’t? Last year, the Environmental Protection Agency conducted a challenge… Apps for the Environment — the EPA’s developer challenge. The goal was to create environmental applications using EPA data. And the challenge scored… Read more »

Cloud Computing and the Intelligence Community — Do they fit?

Apparently yes! In fact, Bob Gourley, the Chief Technology Officer at Crucial Point, says the Intelligence Community is leading the cloud computing charge. He’s just wrapped up a whitepaper for the Intelligence Community. He told Chris Dorobek on the DorobekINSIDER program why. Bob Gourley talks Cloud Computing with Chris Dorobek by cdorobek The 8 Big… Read more »

Making Little Bets Count — One Small Project at a Time

We’re thrilled to bring you a special edition of the DorobekINSIDER today. Chris Dorobek is out of the DorobekINSIDER offices hosting the Acquisition Excellence 2012 Conference. The event is being put on the by GSA and ACT-IAC. But we couldn’t leave you hanging. So we’ve put together a highlight reel from our latest Book Club… Read more »

The Government News You Need In 120 Seconds – March 28

The stories that impact your life… your government world in 120-seconds… 0328 NEWSCAST by cdorobek The House is once again at a standstill on the highway bill, just days before federal funding would be shut off and Congress skips town for its two-week recess. Politico reports that Republicans pulled a bill that would have provided… Read more »

Frank’s Career Corner, Diversity Hiring at your agency and do you lie on your resume? What about Linkedin?

Frank’s Career Corner, Diversity Hiring at your agency and do you lie on your resume, Linkedin? by GovLoop Insights On today’s program for Wednesday March 28th, 2012. Are you happy in your career? Yes — happy and career can go together. Frank DiGiammarino will walk us through the first step of the career framework. Diversity… Read more »

Lie on your resume? Is Linkedln more honest?

A new study says people are less likely to lie about big things on resumes they post on the professional network LinkedIn compared with traditional resumes. The study, from researchers at Cornell University, says people are actually more deceptive about their interests and hobbies — things that are more difficult to verify. Jamie Guillory is… Read more »