Nigel Ballard, director of federal marketing at Intel, recently sat down with FedScoop for a Q&A to share his expertise on the ever-changing mobile environment within the federal government.
The Office of Personnel Management announced its dismissal and closure procedures for the 2012-2013 winter weather season on Tuesday.
It’s been less than a month since Microsoft released Windows 8, the new operating system for personal computers. We look at eight new innovations of Windows 8 over Windows 7 of importance to the technology needs of government.
In a new white paper, Intel IT is proactively gathering data about Ultrabook devices and how they fit into the enterprise, in anticipation of a wave of new devices and form factors, and the associated expectations from employees who want to buy and use these devices at work.
New Dice.com survey polls tech professionals on the next president, OPM’s telework data call now available for input and Microsoft and Lockheed help EPA move to cloud.
The 2012 Telework Data Call is now available for agency input, according to a memo from the Chief Human Capital Officers Council.
The General Services Administration is stepping up its efforts to support the government in its response to Hurricane Sandy, said Darren Blue, associate administrator, GSA Office of Emergency Response and Recovery.
General Services Administration Chief Information Officer Casey Coleman said on Wednesday the agency will utilize hoteling when it returns to its 1800 F Street headquarters.
Department of Education Chief Enterprise Architect Steven Corey-Bey and NetApp Virtualization Solutions Specialist Ken Liska discuss virtual technology and next generation workspaces with FedScoopTV.
Jonathan Alboum, Deputy Chief Information Officer, General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service; Kimberly Hancher, Chief Information Officer, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; and Cisco’s Greg Carter discuss virtual technology and next generation workspaces with FedScoopTV.
National Science Foundation Chief Technology Officer Jose Munoz sat down for an interview with FedScoopTV where he discussed what projects he is currently working on.
Federal Trade Commission Chief Information Officer Jeffrey Huskey and NetApps Virtualization Specialist Ken Liska discuss virtual technology and next generation workspaces with FedScoopTV.
Federal Trade Commission Chief Information Officer Jeffrey Huskey and Citrix’s Faisal Iqbal discuss virtual technology and next generation workspaces with FedScoopTV.
Michael Burke, the chief information officer of the National Endowment of the Arts and co-chair of the Small Agency CIO Council, recently sat down for an interview with FedScoop Radio, where he discussed current projects he is working on, trends he sees in federal government technology and the importance of efficiencies in smaller federal agencies.
More than one in five eligible federal employees participated in routine telework last year, according to a new study from the Office of Personnel Management.
Virtualization is the best and most economical way to bring mobile solutions to the agency, Department of Veterans Affairs Client Security and Mobile Director DJ Kachman told FedScoop in a recent interview with FedScoop Radio.
The U.S. Census Bureau is in the initial deployment phase for a virtual desktop infrastructure that will allow agency employees to have a common experience whether they are working at agency headquarters, a regional office or from home.
Oscar Gonzales Jr., deputy assistant secretary for administration for the Department of Agriculture, addresses the agency’s goals to increase the amount of employees eligible to telework by encouraging managers and leaders to participate in National Telework Week in this new video.
As a long-time teleworker myself, I have seen first-hand that teleworking, under the right circumstances, reaps significant benefits for both the employer and employee. The goal of the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 was to redefine the workplace expectations of federal employees, and make those benefits available to more eligible workers.