An integrative approach can help build a long-lasting partnership among policy, communications and operations teams.
Posts Tagged: operations
For Thursday’s online training, “IT Innovation and How to Get There,” GovLoop brought together experts Shashank Khandelwhal, Director of Cloud.gov at 18F, and Jason Adolf, Industry Practice Lead for Appian’s Federal Business, to discuss some of the challenges of digital transformation and strategies to achieve innovation.
Think of SecOps as a management approach that bridges the gap to connect security and operations teams, in much the same way that DevOps unifies software developers and operations professionals.
No one would argue with the notion that social and digital technologies are having a significant – and sometimes dramatic – impact on societies and economies. And though most people may not yet refer to this as the Digital Age or Era, they would likely concede that we are indeed transitioning away from a worldRead… Read more »
On Monday morning I woke up to the horrible news that the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurse diagnosed with the Ebola virus over the weekend was a 2010 graduate of Texas Christian University. As a Fort Worth resident, proud TCU alum, and daughter of a recently retired nurse, the news hit home. I also hadRead… Read more »
U.S. Special Operations Command plans to award a one-year sole-source contract to GeoEye Analytics, a subsidiary of DigitalGlobe, for human geography information system geospatial dataset software and licenses. SOCOM selected GeoEye Analytics’ software for interoperability and compatibility with simulators the command uses, according to a Sept. 24 FedBizOpps notice. “The specialized HGIS software is independentlyRead… Read more »
The Technical Applications Contracting Office at Fort Eustis, Va. has selected three defense contractors to develop synthetic-vision helicopter avionics that work in dusty conditions for Special Operations Command, Military Aerospace & Electronics reported Thursday. John Keller writes SOCOM officials have allocated between three and five years of technology demonstrations for the Degraded Visual Environment PilotageRead… Read more »
This was originally posted on the Measured Voice blog. This robot is probably better at Twitter than you. Photo from NASA. NASA gets to take credit not only for blazing trails into outer space, but also for developing some of the first great examples of social media voice. In May 2008, Veronica McGregor, social mediaRead… Read more »
I recently wrote on the coming of age of the “Digital Public Information Officer (PIO)” and how social media, digital volunteers, and organization is key. (Find the original posting here: Considerations for the Digital Public Information Officer) This sparked a lot of great conversation across the Social Media in Emergency Management (SMEM) community and aRead… Read more »
In business, it’s important to keep facilities running smoothly and efficiently so that daily operations don’t detract from the company’s core purpose. While the primary objective of most corporations is to generate revenue while serving their customers to the best of their ability, daily nuisances such as broken equipment, manual business processes, upgrades, replacements andRead… Read more »