FedMentor: James Steven, USDA

James Steven, acting associate CIO for data center operations and director of the National Information Technology Center at the Agriculture Department, shares career advice in this FedMentor interview.

On government reform and IT with Michael Farber

Reform in government is no longer defined by episodic change, but by the continuous evolution of technologies, policies, procedures and strategic thinking. The process of reform, according to experts, has shifted from being viewed as a one-time fix to becoming a regular part of the day-to-day mission of most federal agencies.

FedMentor: OMB’s Joanie Newhart

Joanie Newhart, associate administrator of acquisition workforce programs at the Office of Management and Budget, shares advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentors interview.

FedMentor: Maj. Linus Barloon II

Maj. Linus Barloon, former chief of Cyber Operations Division in the J3 Directorate and Cyberspace Officer for the White House Communications Agency, U.S. Air Force, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentor interview.

FedMentor: Dan Doney, DIA

G. Daniel Doney, chief innovation officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency, shares in this FedMentor interview his career advice for up-and-coming federal employees.

FedMentor: John Hale, DISA

John Hale, chief of the Enterprise Application Services Division at the Defense Information Systems Agency, shares career advice in this FedMentor video.

FedMentor: Flip Anderson, USDA

Flip Anderson, deputy associate CIO at the Agriculture Department, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentor interview.

FedMentor: Neal Andrew, USMC

Neal Andrew, deputy, CIO Division, Marine Corps, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentor interview.

FedMentor: Theresa Grafenstine, House of Representatives

Theresa Grafenstine, inspector general at the U.S. House of Representatives, shares career advice for up-and-coming federal employees in this FedMentors video.

FedMentor: David Bellino, US Navy

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.

FedMentor: DHS’ Luke Berndt

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.

FedMentor: Rebecca Shakespeare of BBG

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.

How a ‘weather geek’ became CIO

Many high school students are unsure of their career trajectory, but Barry West never had any doubts. A 30-year government veteran and now chief information officer at the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, West knew from a young age exactly what his professional calling was.

FedMentors: Larry Gillick, deputy director of digital strategy, Interior Department

Larry Gillick, deputy director of digital strategy at the Interior Department, talks to FedScoopTV about his experience in government and shares career advice.

FedMentors: FCC CIO David Bray

David Bray, CIO at the Federal Communications Commission, talks about his government career and shares advice for up-and-coming feds.

Connecting the big and small with Kshemendra Paul

Kshemendra Paul’s position was birthed out of the 9/11 Commission, where members of the panel recommended the nation’s need to improve its information-sharing culture. The position started as a way to share data on terrorism, but grew to include weapons of mass destruction, homeland security and cyber-threats.

Threat Matrix: The Pentagon’s top criminal investigator

This week on the Threat Matrix, Dan Verton talks to James Burch, the deputy inspector general for investigations at the Defense Department and the head of the Defense Criminal Investigative Service.

PHOTOS: FedScoop 50 Awards

FedScoop hosted Nov. 21 its second annual FedScoop 50 awards, honoring leaders in the tech community. Check out the fun times and, of course, cupcakes from the event.

Putting back together US history, one bit and byte at a time

National Archives CIO Michael Wash’s daily challenge is to keep the history of the United States in order by making it available online to researchers, organizing it, digitizing it and making it retrievable, all while making room for innovation.

Health IT turns toward data

The United States has a lot of medical records. Referrals, prescriptions, doctor visits and test results all pile into a huge amorphous being of data. Morgan Crafts, Northrop Grumman’s director of health IT, is trying to manage that monster.

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