Posts Tagged: scott

DigitalGlobe CTO: Current Satellite Imagery Regulations ‘Outdated’

The U.S. government’s current regulations on satellite images DigitalGlobe can provide to commercial vendors are “outdated” and are not reflective of the current economic picture, the company’s chief technical officer told Defense News. Walter Scott also told the publication the company believes the U.S. can maintain a technological advantage over foreign-owned companies if the government… Read more »

Is Performance Budgeting Hopeless?

A recent academic symposium on performance-based budgeting suggests that trying to apply this noble idea across government may be hopeless. Decades of research and efforts to implement performance budgeting across federal, state, and local governments in the U.S. seem to consistently come down to the conclusion that no matter how rational it sounds, politicians don’t… Read more »

MEMBER-OF-THE-WEEK: SCOTT SPAN

Scott Span, MSOD currently serves as President of Tolero Solutions, an independent organizational development and change management-consulting firm. He is an organization development and change management practitioner with experience working in strategic and transformational change. Scott has worked both internally, externally, and as an independent contractor in the Public and Private sector. Mr. Span is… Read more »

Reaching Out to Hispanics: What Government Agencies Need to Know

Rock Creek Strategic Marketing co-founder and principal Scott Johnson recently had a conversation with Carla Briceño of Bixal about what government agencies need to know when it comes to reaching out to Hispanic audiences. The blog post below is an overview of their discussion. People of the Internet, take note: The Hispanic online audience is… Read more »