Jason Townsend, deputy social media manager at NASA, talks in this FedScoopTV interview about tools NASA uses for both internal and external engagement.
Loni Stark, director of web experience management at Adobe, chats with FedScoopTV about how the government can be more collaborative.
Avi Bender, chief technology officer at the Census Bureau, discusses innovation in government in this FedScoopTV interview.
Al Weisner, senior vice president at IAI, chats with FedScoopTV about how mobile as a tech trend is driving the biggest change in government.
David Bray, CIO at the Federal Communications Commission, talks with FedScoopTV about disruptive technologies in the federal government.
Theresa Grafenstine, inspector general at the U.S. House of Representatives, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentors video.
David Bellino, program manager, Media Lab & Visualization Center, Naval Undersea Warfare Center/NAVSEA, U.S. Navy, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentors interview.
Chris Aherne, vice president of federal sales at Adobe, talks with FedScoopTV about how industry can help government become more digital.
John Landwehr, vice president of digital government solutions at Adobe, discusses what tools can help government be more collaborative.
Luke Berndt, program manager of the cybersecurity division at the Department of Homeland Security’s Science & Technology Directorate, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentors segment.
Barry Leffew, vice president of public sector at Adobe, discusses which tech trends are driving change in government.
Rebecca Shakespeare, senior digital media analyst at the Office of Digital and Design Innovation at the Broadcasting Board of Governors, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentors interview.
Dozens of federal, state and local law enforcement and first-responder agencies are working with the Department of Homeland Security and researchers from Purdue University to produce new visual analysis technologies for analyzing social media posts, blogs and even gang graffiti.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate, working with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, is planning to make key upgrades to a new mobile system for locating living victims in large disaster areas.
How do you detect a person who enters a building through the exit? It may seem like a simple question, but for the Transportation Security Administration and airports across the country it’s a major security challenge.
In this interview with NewsTalks, FedScoop’s cyber and national security reporter Dan Verton discusses the recent Columbia, Md., mall shooting and terrorist concerns at the upcoming Sochi Olympics.
Jeffrey Lush, CTO at Dell Services Federal Government, discusses in this FedScoopTV interview the possible future outlook for open source.
John Inkso, director of North America sales at Enterprise DB, talks with FedScoopTV about some of the areas in government that have had the quickest adoption of open source.
Will LaForest, senior director at Mongo DB Federal, highlights some of the open source trends in this FedScoopTV interview.
FedScoop’s cyber and national security reporter Dan Verton made an appearance Dec. 15 on NewsChannel 8′s “Government Matters” to discuss the role continuous evaluation may have in the federal clearance process.