June 20, 2013 Mobility is a rising topic in government, but it does not end with BYOD, tablets and mobile phones. Tactical communications, such as mobile radios, are key to many federal government efforts, and the new Tactical Communications (TacCom) procurement vehicle is streamlining procurement to create economies of scale and modernize communications.
May 30, 2013 Federal demand for storage continues to grow at a dramatic rate while the cost and complexity of architecting, implementing, and managing storage infrastructures are often substantial. Agencies are asked to respond to the needs of both development and production environments while maintaining a critical balance of scalability, performance and efficiency.
May 2, 2013 Join us as Tammy Flanagan, Senior Benefits Director of the National Institute of Transition Planning, Inc., reviews what you need to know during a furlough, and how potential changes in the law may affect your future retirement benefits.
April 24, 2013 Technology has the power to transform government operations and improve services to citizens. But such transformation is possible only when key people are willing to step out of their comfort zones, re-imagine how agencies can better fulfill their missions, take risks and act boldly.
April 18, 2013 Careers in cyber security are on the fast track, as federal agencies demand qualified professionals to combat a growing number of daily cyber attacks from around the world. The Department of Homeland Security has been at the forefront of the effort to educate and groom tomorrow’s cyber workforce.
March 28, 2013 Many agencies expect to take advantage of cloud services and software applications for mobile computing. But there are serious questions for agencies about reliability as well as fears that data stored on smartphones and tablets could be lost or might need to be wiped if devices are stolen. This discussion will explore the opportunities and challenges of moving agency operations to the cloud.
March 20, 2013 With budgets shrinking across the federal government, agencies are hoping they can leverage bigger, faster and smarter data analysis to make programs that evade the ax more efficient and effective. This includes spotting complex patterns of fraud in federal spending on grants, contracts and Medicare and Medicaid payments.
March 19, 2013 The Weapons Acquisition Reform Act of 2009 was instituted to help defense agencies make acquisitions and procurement faster and more efficient. In doing so, competitive prototyping emerged as one of the most efficient ways to align procurement needs while staying in budget. The Government Business Council (GBC) launched a survey and yielded over 450 responses about how the defense community is coping with changes to the acquisition process.
March 13, 2013 This webcast will provide an in-depth look into one of the largest procurement vehicles available in the Army today for logistic services. Speakers will walk you through the benefits of this new procurement vehicle, the benefits it will provide and offer perspectives from acquisitions experts in the industry.
March 7, 2013 The widespread adoption of electronic health records holds enormous promise for improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare across the United States. Few, if any, organizations have had more experience in this area than the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments, delivering care to millions of patients across all demographic groups.