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.
In this special video edition, Threat Matrix presents a mini-documentary produced in 2010 by Dan Verton on how to communicate intelligence to decision makers in a changing technological environment.
Steven Coles, vice president of network and security for the U.S. public sector at VMware, talks with FedScoopTV about software-defined data centers and other trends in federal cloud IT.
Nobody knows organized crime, especially the Italian mafia, better than Joseph D. Pistone, the former FBI agent who spent six years undercover as jewel thief Donnie Brasco. His operation helped strip the mob of its power in New York and is still a case study in how to infiltrate and defeat organized criminal enterprises.
Tommy Walker, end use computing evangelist at VMware, discusses with FedScoopTV the increasing mobility of the federal government.
Jad El-Zein, public sector cloud specialist at VMware, discusses with FedScoopTV the most popular uses for cloud technology in federal government.
Doug Bourgeois, vice president of U.S. public sector end user computing for VMware, discusses with FedScoopTV cloud trends and management in both government and industry.
Bill Rowan, vice president of VMware’s Defense Department team, talks with FedScoopTV about the Defense Department’s move to IT-as-a-service and the challenges it must overcome to get there.
Rod Turk, chief information security officer at the Commerce Department, discusses his early career with FedScoopTV.
FedScoop’s Editorial Director, Dan Verton, got a look at the new information kiosks recently installed at the memorial by McLean, Virginia-based INADEV Corp. If additional funding is approved, the kiosks and the databases that power them will extend to visitors’ mobile devices.
Dan Verton, FedScoop’s cyber & national security reporter, recently appeared on Capital Insider on News Channel 8 in Washington, D.C. to discuss the future role of unmanned aerial vehicles in the U.S. military, as well as increasing concerns about foreign purchases of real estate located near sensitive military bases and training facilities in the U.S.
Matt Goodrich, program manager of FedRAMP at the General Services Administration, talks to FedScoopTV about his career path in the government.
Daniel DuBois, director of federal sales at Lenovo, talks with FedScoopTV about some of the common challenges agencies have to overcome in creating a more innovative environment.
Sam Ceccola, account chief technologist – DISA, DOD/U.S. federal at HP, talks with FedScoopTV about some of the IT security challenges federal agencies are facing.