Posts Tagged: kentucky

Lessons Learned – Tips For A Successful Technology Implementation

It’s not new to say that technology is having a significant impact on modern life. As technology becomes smaller, cheaper, and faster, staying up-to-date can be challenging. This is especially true for public sector organizations where procurement hasn’t caught up to new ways of using or implementing technology. As government works through modernization, implementing large-scale… Read more »

Nurse Inspired to Pursue Political Activism

Jennifer Otto, RN, was one of few people in the state of Kentucky to witness a moment that would change nurse practitioners lives during the signing ceremony for a bill, Senate Bill 7, that will allow them more independence to practice. Otto is currently studying to become a Family Nurse Practitioner at Georgetown University. Otto… Read more »

The Hokie Guru (Govloop’s Bureaucrat on Sports)… The SEC College Football Preview!!

The Hokie Guru caught up on a movie last night… Something New… You did what? With who? Well, can he? It’s everything that it’s advertised… the Hokie Guru loved it… you need to see it. Let’s get hyped up!!!! Let’s get it started… with the Conference that’s won the last three national championships… the Southeastern… Read more »

“8 to 8” Hiring Event with the Federal Bureau of Prisons! Yes, HIRING for federal positions

The Federal Bureau of Prisons Mid-Atlantic Region needs to fill correctional positions NOW. We have 15 correctional facilities in a seven state area and we need Correctional Officers and medical professionals today. We are going to run two “8 to 8″ Hiring Events – one in Petersburg, VA (30 minutes south of Richmond) and one… Read more »