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We reviewed and highlighted key questions and answers from the Office of Personnel Management’s 13 pages of COVID-19 guidance. Here’s what you need to know.
Nowadays, everyone has an opinion about federal information technology — how projects should be managed and whether chief information officers have adequate authority to do their jobs. The truth is that all CIOs are not empowered equally. Many argue the culprit is not the nearly 20-year-old law that created the position but rather inconsistent implementationRead… Read more »
The LII crew has been looking pretty closely at the world of regulatory information lately. We’re trying to build applications that make it easier for people to find and understand the regs, like searching the CFR by product or brand name. Want to know what regulations affect Nyquil? developing “legal-360” views of real world objects.Read… Read more »
by Steve Charles, Co-founder and Executive Vice President Your customers need your help. Not just your products and the requirements those will fulfill, but your personal help to get fully justified purchase requests to contracting shops who can issue the order before the end of the fiscal year. I spoke on a panel discussion lastRead… Read more »
The government has many ways to perform market research, as described in FAR Part 10. One way is to issue a sources sought. Issuing a notice saves the government valuable time of reviewing sources to fulfill a requirement, it also ensures: Access to the market’s capability Determine acquisition strategy Assist with small business goal attainmentRead… Read more »
It’s not always good news when OMB releases guidance to agencies late on a Friday afternoon. But in this case, it was certainly welcome news! On schedule, OMB issued a memo to agencies providing FAQs and a template on how to comply with President Obama’s February directive to agencies to loosen up a bit. PresidentRead… Read more »
This is a little blog post about a big spreadsheet. I’ll understand if you click onto the next post 🙂 One of my early consulting projects over the summer since leaving the UK Civil Service and going freelance was for the UK’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office, helping the digital team there to assess their complianceRead… Read more »
Section Three: Key things to consider before getting involved and useful contacts Checklist of key things to consider: Do you understand and have the resources available to undertake your activity and to maintain an effective presence in your chosen social media site? Can you demonstrate a real business need to undertake this activity? Which businessRead… Read more »
Section Two: Guidance and tips on using social media in different scenarios To undertake your duties in this online space there are several different roles you may find yourself in. Sometimes these roles may be combined but more often you will be acting in a distinct capacity. Below are the types of role you mayRead… Read more »