Matt Micene, senior systems engineer at DLT Solutions, chats with FedScoopTV about some of the areas government has adopted open source.
John Kreisa, vice president of strategic marketing at Hortonworks, discusses with FedScoopTV the role of innovation in open source.
David Bray, CIO at the Federal Communications Commission, talks about his government career and shares advice for up-and-coming feds.
Alan Dare, CTO for special programs at NetApp’s public sector, discusses in this FedScoopTV interview some trends around open source.
Last month, General Services Administration workers made the final move over to their new offices at 1800 F Street. It was a big adjustment for many employees who now have to reserve their workspace in a hoteling system, and an even bigger change for GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini, who traded in the administrator’s office for an open workspace like everyone else. Here, Tangherlini talks to FedScoop’s Colby Hochmuth about the transformation.
Mike Younkers, director of systems engineering sales at Cisco, talks about the future of open source in this FedScoopTV interview.
Eric Updegrove, vice president of government sales at Shadow Soft, discusses with FedScoopTV the evolution of open source.
Dr. Christopher Jacobson, chief technologist at IBM, discusses with FedScoopTV what industry can learn from how government leverages open source.
Ben Balter, GitHub’s government evangelist, outlines in this FedScoopTV interview the advantages of open source and the innovative ways government is using it.
Toan Do, director of intelligence programs at Red Hat, talks about what industry can learn from the government’s use of open source.
Burr Sutter, senior principal product manager at Red Hat, talks in this FedScoopTV interview about some use areas for open source.
Dave Egts, chief technologist at Red Hat’s public sector, chats with FedScoopTV about some areas where the federal government has been using open source.
Wolf Tombe, chief technology officer of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, discusses in this FedScoopTV interview some of the security advantages of open source.
John “Hoot” Thompson, system engineer at NASA Goddard, talks with FedScoopTV about open source and trends around it.
Matthew Burton, deputy CIO at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, discusses with FedScoopTV how his agency has leveraged open source.
Greg Capella, deputy executive director at the Enterprise System Development Office of the Office of the CIO at the Department of Homeland Security, highlights some of the open source trends in government in this FedScoopTV interview.
John “JR” Robinson, principal consultant of the DISA STAX Program at Technica Corporation, talks with FedScoopTV about some of the opportunities with open source adoption.
Nick Justice, retired commanding general of the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command and Aberdeen Proving Ground, discusses in this FedScoopTV interview some of the challenges with procuring open source technologies.
Gunnar Hellekson, chief technology strategist at Red Hat’s public sector, talks about the future of open source in this interview with FedScoopTV.
Will LaForest, senior director at Mongo DB Federal, highlights some of the open source trends in this FedScoopTV interview.