Posts Tagged: supporters

PC Refresh Cycle ready to touch down in government?

Earlier this month, NextGov’s Bob Brewin wrote about the Department of Veterans Affairs’ plans for an extensive PC refresh cycle that translates to millions in spending to improve the agency’s technological infrastructure. In Brewin’s article, he notes that “the department owns about 240,000 PCs. The new contract will provide an additional 360,000 computers to supplyRead… Read more »

GovReads: “Achieving Project Management Success in the Federal Government”

A few years ago, I (Andrew Krzmarzick – the guy behind Dr. GovLoop) obtained my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. It’s a grueling process, and I have a lot of respect for others who have taken the time to gain this credential. While there are tons of books written on the subject, very few (ifRead… Read more »

Is Open Government Too Digital

Interesting comments by Microsoft’s Mark Drapeau on whether were are talking too much about the digital, and not enough about individuals. Mark attended last week’s Open Government forum (hosted by 1105 Media and Adobe), and had this observation: So, as I listened to Robynn Sturm, the Assistant Deputy CTO of the U.S. for Open Government,Read… Read more »