Posts Tagged: government technology

Internet of the Things You Can Do in Government IT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is making a huge impact on the public sector and changing the role of everyday devices, from watches to thermometers. As government’s understanding of the IoT expands, agencies are now thinking in terms of what they can do as a result of these connected devices. This is what we defineRead… Read more »

Security in the New IP – What’s Missing from Government’s Security Wish List?

There is no question that security is becoming one of government’s top IT concerns. Breaches have become so frequent that it is no longer a question of if they will occur, but when. According to a GAO report, the number of security incidents at federal agencies that have involved the potential exposure of citizens’ personalRead… Read more »

Smile! You’re on GovLoop Camera? (Yes, Win Tix to NextGenGovSummit!)

Originally published in Government Technology Jun 7, 2010, By Russell Nichols, Staff Writer The future leaders of government have a passion for public service and know how to navigate the Web to stay connected in ways that couldn’t be done a decade ago. That’s the philosophy of Steve Ressler, (pictured) founder and president of GovLoop,Read… Read more »

Many GovLoopers Among GovTech’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers of 2010

In case you didn’t see the great news, our very own Steve Ressler was named by Government Technology magazine as one of the “Top 25 Doers, Dreamers & Drivers of 2010.” I’ve included the full article and list of honorees below. You’ll probably recognize many other GovLoop members like Peter Corbett, Bill Greeves, David Fletcher,Read… Read more »