Posts Tagged: dpfc

Project of the Week: USAID Student Intern Programs – 4 January 2011

USAID (United States Agency for International Development) Most of us on GovLoop are a) employed and b) educated, but we all have children or know children who can benefit from the USAID’s Intern Program. Applications for “paid” programs preclude a security clearance – check with the USAID to determine if the window of opportunity is… Read more »

Wounded Warrior Project – What is it?

by Donna L. Quesinberry Wounded Warrior Examiner Since Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom began in 2003, tens of thousands of our service men and women have succumbed to battlefield wounds and are returning home with life-altering injuries. In collaboration with the USO, Examiner.com wants your help to say “thanks” to our nation’s Wounded Warriors. Read… Read more »

Interesting business development article release.

Part 1 in the series, Business Development is to Marketing, comprised of excerpts on Ms. Quesinberry’s Suite101 column of her upcoming business development book due for release in 2011. Whether in the throes of an initial business plan or evaluating a success-driven international enterprise, BD (business development) is the mechanism deployed to secure or maintain… Read more »

Social Network Service (SNS) newest trend – “affordable and necessary” premium pricing

The Social Network Service (SNS) NING Related Articles GBE101: strategies for business development under the social network umbrella GBE101: Podcasting – becoming a technological native GBE101: Wikis and Wikipedia GBE101: social network sites (SNS) by Donna L. Quesinberry Government Business Examiner On the 15th of March 2010, Jason Rosenthal moved from the Chief Operations Officer… Read more »