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FedScoop Radio: Does digital government make sense?

Hear Goldy Kamali, CEO and founder of FedScoop, Camille Tuutti, editorial director at FedScoop, Chuck Brooks, vice president and client executive for the Department of Homeland Security at Xerox, and Fred Baradari, VP and client executive for Department of Justice at Xerox, discuss the digital government revolution in this BlogTalkRadio podcast.

FedMentor: James Steven, USDA

James Steven, acting associate CIO for data center operations and director of the National Information Technology Center at the Agriculture Department, shares career advice in this FedMentor interview.

Health secretary to step down

Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, is stepping down after five years on the post, ending her HHS career in the wake of the botched rollout of healthcare.gov and several congressional hearings in which she was blamed for the rocky launch.

Good Technology’s Jeffrey Ait on disruptive mobile trends in government

Jeffrey Ait, director of the public sector – North America at Good Technology, chats with FedScoopTV about disruptive mobile trends in government.

US Coast Guard’s Rear Adm. Robert Day on collaborative tech endeavors

U.S. Coast Guard CIO Rear Adm. Robert Day discusses with FedScoopTV one of the services’ successful collaborative technology endeavors.

Symantec’s Jennifer Nowell on private-public tech collaborations

Jennifer Nowell, senior director of strategic programs in Symantec’s U.S. public sector, discusses some of the most successful tech endeavors between government and industry.

FedWire: personally generated health data, cyber report and open data impact

FedWire is FedScoop’s afternoon roundup of news and notes from the federal IT community. Send your links and videos to tips@fedscoop.com.

USDA’s Dr. Michael Valivullah on mobility successes

Dr. Michael Valivullah, CTO, National Agricultural Statistics Service, Agriculture Department, shares some of the mobility successes from his department in this FedScoopTV interview.

FedWire: New SBA administrator, duplication report, and Space Apps Challenge

FedWire is FedScoop’s afternoon roundup of news and notes from the federal IT community. Send your links and videos to tips@fedscoop.com.

SBA’s new head sworn in

Maria Contreras-Sweet was yesterday sworn in as the new administrator of the Small Business Administration, after being confirmed in January.

FDsys sees 1 billion retrievals

The Government Printing Office’s Federal Digital System has met an important milestone: 1 billion document retrievals.

FedWire: PrepareAthon, helicopter pilot program and tracking insiders

FedWire is FedScoop’s afternoon roundup of news and notes from the federal IT community. Send your links and videos to tips@fedscoop.com. The first America’s PrepareAthon. Navy unveils new remote pilot program for helicopters. The challenge of tracking insider threat. Space superiority remains vital to national security. New catalog brings NASA software down to Earth. Lab launches to scale solutions to global challenges. Obama’s weekly address:

FedMentor: OMB’s Joanie Newhart

Joanie Newhart, associate administrator of acquisition workforce programs at the Office of Management and Budget, shares advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentors interview.

GSA’s Sonny Hashmi on mobility and cost savings

Sonny Hashmi, acting CIO at the General Services Administration, talks with FedScoopTV how his agency has saved money by implementing a more mobile approach.

FedWire: Robots, presidential beards, and broadband

FedWire is FedScoop’s afternoon roundup of news and notes from the federal IT community. Send your links and videos to tips@fedscoop.com.

GSA’s Jacob Parcell on mobile implementation in government

Jacob Parcell, manager of mobile programs at the General Services Administration, talks with FedScoopTV about the mobile implementation in government.

FedWire: State cybersecurity, innovation in government and Warrior Games

FedWire is FedScoop’s afternoon roundup of news and notes from the federal IT community. Send your links and videos to tips@fedscoop.com.

PHOTOS: Top leaders key in on security at Intel Security summit

More than 1,000 professionals from the federal IT community gathered at the Ritz Carlton in Foggy Bottom to hear from the top leaders in security at the Intel Security Through Innovation Summit on April 2.

VMware’s Ben Goodman on quickest mobile adoption in government

Ben Goodman, lead evangelist and strategist of end-user computing at VMware, highlights in this FedScoopTV interview some of the areas in government that have seen the quickest mobile adoption.

Study unveils disconnect between digital government vision and execution

Since the Obama administration released its Digital Government Strategy in 2012, agencies and industry have been working to provide 21st-century services to citizens. But as well-intentioned as the landmark effort may have been, it has since gotten lost in translation. A new survey, administered by FedScoop and underwritten by Xerox, shows that while nearly everybody agrees on the need to create a digital government, the initiative faces significant challenges at the agency level.

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