Government contractors have been slow to embrace open source software. There’s a handful of reasons why that’s the case, but it doesn’t have to be that way, says GitHub’s Government Evangelist Ben Balter.
Mulligan has only been at DHS for four months, but despite his youth in government years, he still has a hand in the latest cybersecurity-related information studied by the department on a daily basis.
Mark Day, deputy assistant commissioner for Integrated Technology Services at GSA, talks about his experience as a public servant in the federal government and gives advice to those just starting their journey.
At RATB, 27-year-old Samantha Hoang regularly looks for vulnerabilities in its information security systems and makes sure that patches are up-to-date.
Bayer’s departure four years after taking over the CIO spot came at a natural time, he said. A release from the SEC said he’ll say his goodbyes in October.
David Bennett, chief information officer at the Defense Information Systems Agency, talked to FedScoopTV at last week’s Lowering the Cost of Government with IT Summit 2014 about his career as a public servant and gives advice to those young feds just starting out.
Amen Ra Mashariki — a graduate of the Brooklyn Technical High School, one of the top technical schools in the country, and a former software engineer at the once mobile phone giant Motorola — has always been a tech guy. The 38-year-old chief technology officer at the Office of Personnel Management, however, is just starting to craft his legacy in the federal space.
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.
When Mindy Chiat joined the Education Department in 2006 as an intern, the federal student aid process was spread across 14 different websites. Now, Chiat leads the office’s integrated student experience project that works to combine all of those options into one.
Jonathan Cantor, deputy chief privacy officer for the Department of Homeland Security, talks to FedScoopTV about his career as a public servant.
FedScoop’s popular podcast series, “Up-and-Coming,” is back. Starting July 15, FedScoop will be interviewing and profiling the millennials who are setting the stage for what the next decade of federal IT will look like.
Michelle Howard, the first African American woman to command a ship in the U.S. Navy made history again today when she became the first woman to be promoted to Admiral in the service’s 239-year history.
The desire to serve the public and help people solve difficult problems is what attracts professionals to today’s federal IT workforce, according to a group of senior government technology leaders in an exclusive series of video interviews with FedScoop.
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.
Rod Turk, chief information security officer at the Commerce Department, discusses his early career with FedScoopTV.
Matt Goodrich, program manager of FedRAMP at the General Services Administration, talks to FedScoopTV about his career path in the government.
Wayne Towson, chief information officer at Interpol, talks to FedScoopTV about his background in government.
Bobbie Stempfley, deputy assistant secretary of cybersecurity and communication at the Department of Homeland Security, discusses with FedScoopTV federal career advancement.
Lt. Col. Bobby Saxon, division chief and program director, G-3/5/7, of the Enterprise Management Decision Support System program, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentor interview.
FedScoop will premiere its first mini-documentary tomorrow during an invitation-only screening at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C. Get an exclusive preview today.