Posts Tagged: DorobekINSIDER

Is your Chief Security Information Officer really necessary?

Is your Chief Security Information Officer really necessary? That’s the questions being posed by some state and local governments who are looking for ways to cut budgets and save costs. Hord Tipton is the executive director at ISC2. He told Chris Dorobek on the DorobekINSIDER show that the CSIO’s duties are in large part being… Read more »

Pay freezes, job cuts, retirement changes, all possibilities in the Republican Budget Proposal

Pay freezes, job cuts, retirement changes, all possibilities in the Republican Budget Proposal by GovLoop Insights Welcome to GovLoop Insights Issue of the Week with Chris Dorobek… where each week, our goal is to find an issue — a person — an idea — then helped define the past 7-days… and we work to find… Read more »

Is the new Republican budget proposal a broken record? Cuts, Cuts, Cuts?

House GOP leaders are confident that Congressman Paul Ryan’s 2013 budget will pass the House. The bill calls for an additional 2 percent cuts to the President’s budget proposal and would extended the federal pay freeze to 2015. But, Politico begs the question, “Did no one learn anything from last summer? Did 2011 not happen?”… Read more »

Disruptive Tech: using the Netflix model in government and you’ll meet the Johnny Appleseed of Open Source

Disruptive Tech: the Netflix model in government and you’ll meet the Johnny Appleseed of Open Source by GovLoop Insights We start off with a topic we come to so often… your money… The House Budget Committee passed the Republican version of the fiscal 2013 budget yesterday — but just barely. Ezra Kline in the Washington… Read more »

Disruptive Technologies — why Netflix and Southwest Succeed

Disruptive innovation is having a HUGE impact on how you do your job — think cloud computing and military drones. But what is disruptive innovation… and how can you be at the forefront rather than being run over by it? Bill Eggers is responsible for research and thought leadership for Deloitte’s Public Sector industry practice… Read more »

Bullying in the Workplace and Making Mobility Work

Bullying in the Workplace and Making Mobility Work by GovLoop Insights Happy Wednesday March 21st 2012… So much to get to today!!! Happy Wednesday… SO much to get to today. On Tuesday, the House Republicans unveiled their version of the fiscal 2013 budget. There is a lot of stuff in there, as you might imagine…. Read more »

The changing face of acquisition, disposing of your hardware, and States and local gov’s go digital

The changing face of acquisition, disposing of your hardware, and States and local gov’s go digital by GovLoop Insights On today’s program — Tuesday March 20, 2012. The changing face of federal IT and its acquisition process, with Suss Consulting. What happens to hardware in your office when it’s no longer fit for service? Hit… Read more »

Federal budget cuts change how government manages acquisitions

As budget cuts loom, the government has been changing its behavior when acquiring new technology. The DorobekINSIDER’s Chris Dorobek spoke with Warren Suss about how these budgetary constraints are affecting government contracting and vendor services. Warren says some companies overreact to a couple of percentage points being cut from an agency’s budget and make drastic… Read more »