TechTake: OMB posts agency progress on performance.gov

The Office of Management and Budget announced Thursday agencies had made significant progress with their 2012-2013 Agency Priority Goals.

Websites likely culprit when citizen satisfaction with government dwindles

Satisfaction with federal government services has dropped in the last year, and government websites may be to blame.

Wasteful conference spending sees drastic decline

After tougher scrutiny from Congress and inspectors general, along with an executive order on curbing conference spending, at least four agencies have significantly scaled back on events expenditures, according to a new report.

Former DHS CIO heads to Silicon Valley

Resilient Network Systems, a San Francisco-based cloud security firm, announced today Richard Spires, the former chief information officer at the Department of Homeland Security, will take over as the company’s chief executive officer.

Mobile federal workforce allows for space efficiency

The Government Accountability Office reviewed five agencies that were either exploring “hoteling” programs or increasing their telework programs.

IRS taps Peggy Sherry for high-profile job

The Internal Revenue Service announced Peggy Sherry as the next IRS deputy commissioner for operations support, one of the top two positions under the IRS commissioner.

US default could mean ‘catastrophe’ for IT industry

The shutdown has already caused economic problems for IT companies, but if Congress drags its feet for another week, a federal default could make those troubles more severe.

FedWire: PII in electronic data, supercomputing and research partnership

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FedWire: Inventor conference, asteroid challenge and clean tech

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Government, industry come together on shared services

Federal agencies have been tasked with doing more with less. And so in a tough budget climate, the administration is looking to departments and agencies to establish more shared services to cut costs and reduce duplication.

FedWire: CIOs’ hiring plans, simplified Treasury reporting and Instagram

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FedWire: NIST’s cyber framework, new ATF director, and eBuy Mobile

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FedWire: Warrior Web, social media privacy and importance of innovation

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FedWire: JWAC’s new commander, Treasury data and NSF cybersecurity research

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TechTake: Robyn East, Treasury CIO, on how to be successful in tech

This week, we hear from Robyn East, CIO at the Treasury Department. As a woman leader in technology with more than 20 years’ experience in IT management, East knows a thing or two about how to be successful in this field. East takes a second to give advice to young people coming up in the field on how to stand out.

FedWire: AF’s revamped website, STEM ‘champions of change’ and NOAA’s Shark Week

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FedWire: HUD OIG’s responsive site, modernizing e-reporting and GSA’s mobile eBuy

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Top 25 most influential people under 40 in gov and tech

FedScoop is thrilled to announce its inaugural “Top 25 under 40″ list, which celebrates exceptional individuals who played a significant role in the IT community and overall government innovation.

FedWire: GPOExpress, FISA courts and SocialGov Summit

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IRS cancels furlough day

The Internal Revenue Service is canceling its fourth scheduled agencywide employee furlough day previously scheduled to occur July 22, according to an agency announcement.

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