Posts Tagged: DorobekINSIDER

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 »

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 Happy Tuesday. Up front today… two interesting items that sure show how times are changing. One… would would guess we would ever say Bon Jovi, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Department of Urban Development… Read more »

What’s the Most Creative Use of Old Government Equipment You’ve Seen?

A couple weeks ago, the General Services Administration (GSA) released a bulletin offering guidance to agencies on acceptable ways to repurpose and recycle old government technology. I started another discussion around it last week and we invited GSA’s Jan Dobbs to come on our GovLoop Insights podcast show with Chris Dorobek so that we could… Read more »

Shifting federal mobility, ACT-IAC gets a new look and smartphone security, what you need to know!

Shifting federal mobility, ACT-IAC gets a new look and smartphone security, what you need to know! by GovLoop Insights Happy Monday — I hope you had a good weekend.And I’ve had a bunch of people ask me about the new iPad. I don’t have it… YET. Yes, it was supposed to be delivered Friday, but…… Read more »

ACT-IAC gets a makeover — retools mission — what you need to know…

ACT-IAC is shaking things up. The government-business partnership will focus more squarely on how they tackle business challenges. IAC Chair Jim Beaupre and ACT chairman Marie Davie told Chris Dorobek on the DorobekINSIDER program why the council is looking to make changes now. ACT-IAC talks with Chris Dorobek by cdorobek What other changes do you… Read more »

Hacking the hacktivist: The inside scoop on how Anonymous works

Hacking the hacktivist: The inside scoop on how Anonymous works by GovLoop Insights 2011 may very well be the year of Anonymous — the hactivist group took down the Justice Department website, Stratfor, mastercard, defense contractor Vanguard and even the Vatican. Their reach is impressive…and even more so when you consider how Anonymous runs. The… Read more »

Into the Unknown: What an Anonymous attack looks like

Hacktivist collective Anonymous has been a persistent pain to government agencies and private companies alike for the past few years; after a 2011 full of attacks, that trend doesn’t appear to be slowing. To learn more about how Anonymous works, we spoke with Rob Rachwald, Director of Security Strategy at Imperva. Attacks by Anonymous are… Read more »