Pat Yongpradit, director of education with Code.org, joins FedScoop TV to discuss his career in education and the importance of STEM.
James Brown, executive director of the STEM Education Coalition, talks with FedScoop TV about his organization’s role in promoting STEM.
Mary Jean Schmitt, cloud business development manager with NetApp, joins FedScoop TV to discuss the importance of STEM education.
If the FCC doesn’t keep the Internet open, it will fundamentally alter the way the innovators of tomorrow think. And that will will kill innovation and creativity, argues Georgetown University Professor Maria Kovacs.
Jennifer Nowell, senior director for U.S. public sector strategic programs at Symantec, joins FedScoop TV to talk about the importance of STEM education and the challenges it faces.
Dr. Pramod Khargonekar, assistant director for the directorate of engineering with NSF, joins FedScoop TV to discuss the issues in STEM.
Greg Herbold, director for state and local government and education with HP, talks with FedScoop TV about the importance of STEM education in America.
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Carlos Contreras, director of education with Intel, talks with FedScoop TV about importance of STEM education and the challenges the U.S. faces in promoting it.
Mike Wilkersen, senior director of solutions engineering for the public sector at Vmware, chats with FedScoop TV about recruiting a STEM-educated workforce and how the U.S. can encourage students to pursue a career in STEM.
Camsie McAdams, deputy director in the Education Department’s Office of STEM, sat down with FedScoop TV at the first ever Tech Town Hall to discuss the importance of STEM in America.
Chris LaPoint, vice president of product management with SolarWinds, describes the way government agencies can leverage IT to reduce costs.
Tracy Pavillard, director of civilian agencies and federal channels at Dell, discusses with FedScoop TV the ways his company is using IT to help government agencies lower their operating costs.
U.S. Chief Information Officer Steve VanRoekel announced this morning that he is leaving his White House post to join the U.S. Agency for International Development as its chief innovation officer to help coordinate the administration’s response to the Ebola outbreak.
Suparno Banerjee, vice president of public sector programs at HP, explains ways federal government is leveraging IT to lower its costs.
Rob Potter, vice president of federal sales for Symantec, talks with FedScoop TV about ways federal agencies can use IT to lower operating costs.
FedWire: GSA welcomes new Presidential Innovation Fellows, DARPA puts lasers on a chip and FCC contributes to National Health IT Week
Fedwire: GSA welcomes new Presidential Innovation Fellows, DARPA puts lasers on a chip and FCC contributes to National Health IT Week
Jeff Martin, federal vice president of strategy, architecture, M&A and infrastructure at Dell, discusses with FedScoop TV the ways federal agencies can leverage emerging technologies to lower their operating costs.
Brian Murphy, senior vice president of sales for Good Technology, talks with FedScoop TV about the opportunities for the federal government to use IT drive own the cost of federal government.
Mark Day, deputy assistant commissioner for Integrated Technology Services at GSA, talks about his experience as a public servant in the federal government and gives advice to those just starting their journey.