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.
LTC Bobby Saxon, division chief and program director for G-3/5/7 of the U.S. Army, discusses how his branch is using emerging technology to lower costs.
Wolf Tombe, chief technology officer for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, discusses how his agency is using IT to lower the cost of operations.
The shift from output to results is not easy and requires this citizen-centric, “customer first” orientation to filter through the entire enterprise. In order to make this shift, citizen-centric governments need to develop five key traits. These traits are manifested by a pervasive culture of asking a set of very incisive questions and then acting on them.
David Bennett, chief information officer at the Defense Information Systems Agency, talked to FedScoopTV at last week’s Lowering the Cost of Government with IT Summit 2014 about his career as a public servant and gives advice to those young feds just starting out.
FCC Chief Information Officer David Bray recently sat down with FedScoop as part of the Cloud Innovation Heroes campaign, presented by Intel and Amazon Web Services, to talk about his agency’s adoption of cloud computing.
As part of FedScoop’s Cloud Innovation Heroes campaign in partnership with Intel and Amazon Web Services, U.S. CIO Steven VanRoekel gives his take on why agencies are slowly but surely transitioning to the cloud.
As part of FedScoop’s Cloud Innovation Heroes campaign in partnership with Intel and Amazon Web Services, U.S. CIO Steven VanRoekel talks about best practices for agencies transitioning to the cloud.
Wolf Tombe, chief technology officer for the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection, discusses with FedScoopTV his leadership innovating “the nation’s largest law enforcement organization.”
Mika Cross, a presidential management council fellow for workplace transformation strategy in the Office of Personnel Management, talks with FedScoop TV about her career in federal government.
Jonathan Cantor, deputy chief privacy officer for the Department of Homeland Security, talks to FedScoopTV about his career as a public servant.
Maureen Ohlhausen, a commissioner with the Federal Trade Commission, talks with FedScoopTV about her career as a civil servant in federal government.
Richard McKinney, chief information officer for the Transportation Department, talks to FedScoop about his career as a public servant and his path to success in federal government.