Over 15 years, Christina Morrison has created, led and managed successful government communications programs and teams for high-technology companies. She currently leads government marketing efforts for Hewlett-Packard's Personal Systems Group, driving core initiatives such as telework, social media and Green IT. As a Teleworker herself, Christina serves as an active telework champion for the public sector, advocating the secure use of personal technologies to safely enable telework initiatives. Christina actively participates in a variety of social media communities to offer insight into the technology trends and issues that impact government. Prior to her position at Hewlett-Packard, she served as Government Marketing Director at NCR Government Systems, and then moved to Teradata Corporation, where she was responsible for world wide marketing and public relations to federal, state and local governments. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Towson University. Christina is proud to be from New Jersey and currently lives in Northern Virginia, where she enjoys cooking, running, skiing and spending time with her husband and three boys.

HP LaserJet Multifunction Printers for your agency

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Another exciting year for the National Veterans Wheelchair Games

The Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) recently wrapped up their annual wheelchair sports event—the 32nd National Veterans Wheelchair Games, which HP attended as a proud sponsor. The event was held in Richmond, Va., and included more than 500 athletes competing in a variety of sports.

Act of Valor: Combining Real-Life Heroism and Cutting Edge Technology

At HP, we’re committed to providing premier technology that helps in the management of the forces protecting our nation. In addition to the real-life work we’re doing with the U.S. military and federal government, HP products are also helping to bring the stories of the battlefield to life on the big screen in movies like Act of Valor, this week’s No. 1 hit at the box office.

Supporting Missions at Army IT Day

This week we’re gearing up for a big week at AFCEA West in San Diego, where we’ll meet with experts from the Navy to find out how our technologies can help them better accomplish their missions.

Serving the Mobile Citizen

Last month I was privileged to participate in the “Government Mobility Forum” on a panel discussion on serving the mobile citizen. The conversation focused around the issues that many federal and local government agencies face in organizing data and delivering services to help their citizens successfully interact with their governments.

Telework is Growing, But There’s Still Room to Improve

As a long-time teleworker myself, I have seen first-hand that teleworking, under the right circumstances, reaps significant benefits for both the employer and employee. The goal of the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 was to redefine the workplace expectations of federal employees, and make those benefits available to more eligible workers.

The Telework Rap – Getting Lyrical at FedTalks 2011

Each year, FedTalks brings together leading federal government and industry executives to talk about hot topics like cybersecurity, cloud computing and open government.

Helping out at the PVA National Veterans Wheelchair Games

A few weeks ago, HP attended the National Veterans Wheelchair Games in Pittsburgh, PA, organized by the VA and the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA). HP was a proud sponsor of the games, and I was able to sit down recently with HP’s Tom Sardelis to talk about his experience at the games.

Wounded Warrior Project to the Rescue!

Power IT Down Day is less than a month away – and we’re still hoping to drive as many people as possible to sign up at PowerITDown.org to commit to turning off their IT equipment for the weekend of August 26th.

Ready … Set … Power IT Down!

The summer heat has arrived in D.C. and we’re sure to have temperatures in the 80s and 90s for the foreseeable future.

Saving the Earth, One “Work-From-Home Day” at a Time

I think it is safe to say that we’re all happy that a federal government shutdown was avoided this month. Yes, some workers were planning great volunteer opportunities that couldn’t take place, but most folks are happy to have received their normal paycheck.

Guess when will the first Federal Snow Day off be?

As I start this entry, I’m wrapping up a day where the Feds here in D.C. have the opportunity to go home 2 hours early and local schools were closed because of snow. Plus, with more snow in the forecast for tomorrow, Metro DC is poised to double the amount of snowfall this season in one day. Good thing Doug Hill is not forecasting for over a foot of snow.

Overcoming Security and Productivity Issues – CDW-G Survey on Teleworking

As a frequent teleworker, I’m fortunate to reap the benefits of eliminating commute time and saving money on transportation. What’s more, as we get closer to the cold winter season, I’ll be able to work full days at home instead of being slowed down by snowstorms.

Teleworking – Technology is not to blame

Earlier this year, the U.S. Congress dealt another blow to federal teleworking policies by rejecting the federal teleworking bill.