- 1. Why is equal employment opportunity important to you and your work-life? -
Posted by David B. Grinberg on December 5, 2013
- 2. The Importance of Performance Management and Workforce Planning -
Added by Pat Fiorenza on July 23, 2012
- 3. Does The Government "Chew Up People Who Drive Change?" -
Posted by Dannielle Blumenthal on September 4, 2012
- 4. Have citizen expectations REALLY changed? Maybe… -
Added by Bobby Caudill on December 5, 2013
- 5. It’s Here!! 2013 Government Workforce: Learning Innovations Conference -
Posted by Christine V. Edmond on July 18, 2013
- 6. Believing Without Seeing -
Added by Kathleen Schafer on December 3, 2013
- 7. 17 Quotes Every Federal Employee Should Live By -
Added by Meiko Patton on November 3, 2013
- 8. A Journey to the Center of the Internet – Part One -
Added by Emily Jarvis on November 19, 2013
- Is California forcing state agencies under one private cloud? –
According to a document obtained by GovFresh, the California Department of General Services is issuing a list of stipulations to cloud computing vendors that forces them into an agreement to not sell their services to state agencies.
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- USDOT seeks CTO, deputy CIO -
The U.S. Department of Transportation is looking for a chief technology officer and a deputy chief information officer.
- Knight: More than $430 million invested in civic tech since 2011 -
A new report from the Knight Foundation finds more than $430 million dollars was invested in civic-based technology companies and organizations from January 2011 to May 2013.
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- Open source all the cities -
Finally finished reading Jason Hibbets’ “The Foundation for an Open Source City,” a must-read for anyone interested in building a strong civic community, whether you’re an elected official, public servant or citizen.
- Playing with new Census dwellr app. -
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- Darrell Issa may have just lost the open government vote -
With a single subpoena to one of the most admired public servants in America, Congressman Darrell Issa has managed to rankle the ire of open government leaders and alienate a key constituency in a movement he co-founded his own organization around.
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- Code for The Philippines: Help urgently needed -
By now you’ve no doubt heard of the horrific consequences of super Typhoon Haiyan which has devastated the Philippines. In addition to an inconceivable death toll, thousands are displaced and without shelter.
- Oakland Mayor Jean Quan at CityCamp Oakland -
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Alex Howard on O’Reilly Radar
- Towards a more open world – Last September, I gave a 5 minute Ignite talk at the tenth Ignite DC. The video just became available. My talk, embedded below, focused on what I’ve been writing about here at Radar for the past three years: open government, …
- Linking open data to augmented intelligence and the economy – After years of steady growth, open data is now entering into public discourse, particularly in the public sector. If President Barack Obama decides to put the White House’s long-awaited new open data mandate before the nation this spring, it will …
- White House Science Fair praises future scientists and makers – There are few ways to better judge a nation’s character than to look at how its children are educated. What values do their parents, teachers and mentors demonstrate? What accomplishments are celebrated? In a world where championship sports teams are …
- Sprinting toward the future of Jamaica – Creating the conditions for startups to form is now a policy imperative for governments around the world, as Julian Jay Robinson, minister of state in Jamaica’s Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, reminded the attendees at the “Developing the …
- Predictive analytics and data sharing raise civil liberties concerns – Last winter, around the same time there was a huge row in Congress over the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), U.S. Attorney General Holder quietly signed off on expanded rules on government data sharing. The rules allowed the National …
- Sensoring the news – When I went to the 2013 SXSW Interactive Festival to host a conversation with NPR’s Javaun Moradi about sensors, society and the media, I thought we would be talking about the future of data journalism. By the time I left …
- The City of Chicago wants you to fork its data on GitHub – GitHub has been gaining new prominence as the use of open source software in government grows. Earlier this month, I included a few thoughts from Chicago’s chief information officer, Brett Goldstein, about the city’s use of GitHub, in a piece …
- GitHub gains new prominence as the use of open source within governments grows – When it comes to government IT in 2013, GitHub may have surpassed Twitter and Facebook as the most interesting social network. GitHub’s profile has been rising recently, from a Wired article about open source in government, to its high profile …