Posts Tagged: information technology

Tell Us: What’s on Your Organization’s IT Resolutions List for 2014?

Can you believe that it’s already that time of the year when we all start reflecting on the past year, and begin to look forward to 2014? Who knows where the time goes, but things certainly are moving fast. As we look to 2014, what are some things that should be on your IT resolutionsRead… Read more »

U.S. Army Contracting Command (ACC) is a Winner of the 2011 CIO 100 Award

The CIO 100 Award, which annually recognizes 100 organizations that exemplify the highest levels of operational and strategic excellence in information technology, was awarded to the U.S. Army Contracting Command (ACC). The award is especially meaningful in the Federal arena because typically only about five Federal organizations are honored each year out of the 100Read… Read more »

Project of the Week: GSA’s Data Center Services

There’s a lot of talk about data center consolidation in government these days, including an interactive data center map announced by Federal CIO Vivek Kundra last week. With all of the proposed changes, we thought it would be useful to highlight the services being offered by GSA. Check out our interview below. 1. Provide aRead… Read more »

My Cup of IT – Alan Greenspan – CIO ♥ CFO

By Steve O’Keeffe Tech is Uncle Sam’s Rodney Dangerfield – we don’t get no respect. Why? We know the budget of everything and the cost for nothing – how is it the Department of Energy doesn’t know its electricity bill? Truth is, IT’s techno babble and messy metrics turn off CFOs. We already getRead… Read more »

My Cup of IT: Strange Bedfellows

By: Steve O’Keeffe – Hastings. Agincourt. Trafalgar. Waterloo. And who can forget the proxy scuffle – otherwise known as the American Revolution? The Brits and Frenchies grew up at one another’s throats. The acrimony defines their respective national characters – there’s even a song titled “That’s Why I Hate the French.” So neither NapoleonRead… Read more »

GovInsights: Do You Have a “Duty to Die”?

This interview marks the third of a brand new series on GovLoop called “GovInsights” where we are interviewing and highlighting the thoughts and perspectives of professors at colleges and universities who are teaching, researching and writing about government issues. This time, we talked to Dr. James Keagle, Director of the Transforming National Security at theRead… Read more »

Leadership: Are You Really Committed?

This article was originally posted on the Tri Tuns, LLC blog at Please check out this blog or the Tri Tuns website for more articles and other great resources. OBSERVATION “We judge others by their actions, but we judge ourselves by our intentions.” We all know that leadership commitment to a new project, ITRead… Read more »