DorobekINSIDER: Most read items for the week of April 3-10: The iPad, TSP, and your thoughts about government HR

Saturday - 4/10/2010, 2:00am EDT

The most read stories the week of April 3-10, 2010… on the DorobekInsider.com, on the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, on Mike Causey’s Federal Report, and for FederalNewsRadio.com

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. The DorobekINSIDER iPad review: Will you see them in government?
  2. DorobekINSIDER: Assessing transparency and open government
  3. The DorobekINSIDER Reader: The open government policies and plans
  4. DorobekINSIDER: Is that a ‘for sale’ sign at market research firm Input?
  5. DorobekINSIDER: Most read items for the week of March 28-April 3: DOD CIO and the Guam capsizing question
  6. DorobekINSIDER: The 2010 Fed 100 Awards Gala: Eagle winners, and I blush
  7. DorobekINSIDER: WH makes it official: Takai nominated for DOD CIO post
  8. DorobekINSIDER: Federal News Radio Book Club: Daniel Pink’s Drive — the liner notes
  9. DorobekINSIDER: Jerry Lohfink, head of the USDA’s National Finance Center, to retire
  10. DorobekINSIDER: Listen to the Federal News Radio Book Club discussing Daniel Pink’s DRIVE
  11. DorobekINSIDER: Get Federal News Radio on your iPhone
  12. DorobekINSIDER: The Federal News Radio Book Club book announcement: Drive by Daniel H. Pink
  13. DorobekINSIDER: Most read items for the month of MARCH 2010
  14. DorobekINSIDER: CA CIO Teri Takai to be named DOD CIO
  15. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  16. The DorobekInsider transparency, openness and data.gov reader
  17. DorobekINSIDER: Off-topic: Back from a great visit to the Galapagos Islands
  18. A night for the children — The 2009 AFCEA Bethesda NIH Children’s Inn benefit gala
  19. DorobekINSIDER: DOD issues its much anticipated Web 2.0 policy

… from Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. TSP funds continue to gain in March
  2. Feds share thoughts about blizzard response with OPM Director John Berry
  3. Congressman Hank Johnson worried about Guam’s stability
  4. HReinvented: Will federal HR reforms work this time?
  5. Are code writers the weakest cybersecurity link?
  6. March TSP snapshot!
  7. Where is the money? We track misallocated funds in the federal budget
  8. Better Buy Project wants your procurement ideas
  9. HReinvented: Reforms should work this time
  10. Department of Energy reveals $100 million Smart Grid training program
  11. How Driven are you? We find out during Federal News Radio’s Book Club
  12. DeVaney shares lessons learned about transparency, openness
  13. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  14. HReinvented: A comprehensive plan is needed for real reform
  15. Devaney shares lessons learned about transparency, openness
  16. Now a good time to review where your money is in the TSP
  17. Comptroller General nominee talks about issues facing GAO
  18. Thursday Afternoon Federal Newscast – April 8
  19. Bill introduced to allow annual leave contributions to TSP
  20. Timeline for TSP’s Roth option discussed
  21. Bob Peck is GSA’s new Commissioner of Public Buildings
  22. Learn the importance of proper estate planning
  23. How the health care law will affect FEHBP participants
  24. Google engaged in cyber fight with Vietnam
  25. More federal cybersecurity fighters needed
  26. Why China isn’t the number one cyber threat to the U.S.
  27. TSP participants could soon invest unused annual leave
  28. Reinventing Security at the Pentagon
  29. Bill requires all agencies to have COOP/telework plan
  30. HReinvented: Ideas for improving the federal hiring process
  31. USPS plan would make dramatic changes
  32. How broadband technology could enhance cybersecurity
  33. HReinvented: USAF takes new approach to training civilians
  34. ‘Inherently Governmental:’ Has the Debate Changed?
  35. Senior Medicare Patrol works to prevent Medicare fraud
  36. OPM’s Berry outlines details of planned hiring changes
  37. TSP measures up to private sector funds
  38. How DoD battles Improvised Explosive Devices
  39. OPM Director Berry furious over federal pay editorial
  40. DHS headquarters at St. Elizabeth’s making progress
  41. Will House healthcare bill affect the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program?
  42. HReinvented: Learning from county governments
  43. Independent analysis of federal and private salary data needed
  44. Feds, on average, earn more than their private sector counterparts
  45. Analysis: DHS changes aviation security standards
  46. Deptartment of Energy reveals $100 million Smart Grid training program
  47. Congressional staffers bring in big bucks
  48. Lessons learned, best practices on telework examined after blizzard

…for Mike Causey’s Federal Report

  1. Are You Under CSRS, FERS or WUD?
  2. Teleworking and Government Shutdowns
  3. HReinvented: Can they handle the truth?
  4. Summit Winners & Losers
  5. Shutdown or Just Bad Hair Days?
  6. No shutdown for nuclear summit next week
  7. About Those Buyout Rumors…
  8. What’s Your Minimum Retirement Age?
  9. Accidents Happen: CSRS vs. FERS
  10. Who’s on FERS?

… and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. Feds restrained in their optimism for OPM’s HR reform
  2. TSP Snapshot: Spring into savings
  3. Federal agencies release Open Government Plans
  4. HReinvented: OPM’s new database cuts hiring by 3 weeks
  5. HReinvented: Feds mixed on OPM’s HR reform plans, survey finds
  6. White House ready to reveal identity management plans
  7. Agency pilots help cultivate ‘inherently governmental’ changes
  8. DISA’s Stempfley heading to DHS’s cybersecurity division
  9. OFPP defines ‘inherently governmental’
  10. Air Force moving to global training perspective
  11. HReinvented: Survey finds feds restrained in optimism for OPM’s HR reform
  12. HReinvented: NRC aims to stay on top as ‘best place to work’
  13. HReinvented: Employee unions call for tweaks to the system
  14. OPM to submit hiring reform advice to White House next week
  15. Federal News Radio Reports
  16. Commentary: FMA says hiring reforms must come first
  17. Postal Service prepares to move to five day delivery
  18. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  19. Legislation could spur XBRL use in government
  20. White House works to change online transactions
  21. Census reminds us all to fill out that form
  22. OMB’s Werfel outlines future for financial managers
  23. OPM’s strategic plan sets roadmap to HR reform
  24. FOSE 2010: Your benefits and the future of the General Schedule
  25. OFPP to refine agency-contractor relationship
  26. OMB’s Zients stakes out acquisition reform plans
  27. OPM to create pools of qualified applicants
  28. DHS may not have the funding to work together
  29. OPM’s Berry considers turning telework on its ear
  30. OPM’s Berry deals out first set of civil service reform suggestions
  31. White House pushing agencies toward better customer service
  32. Agencies taking different paths to transformation
  33. When to consider moving your TSP funds around
  34. New standards for federal building security coming
  35. OPM to host workshops on hiring
  36. DISA wants collaboration marbled through enterprise
  37. TSP Snapshot: Your money, working hard
  38. Lieberman calls for more staff at OMB
  39. Care of Gulf War vets gets second look
  40. OMB shutting down financial systems office
  41. OMB’s Kundra stakes out new e-gov approach
  42. OMB outlines shift on FISMA
  43. Federal government closed on Thursday
  44. Accountability? There’s a dashboard for that!
  45. Administration to set new vision for ID management
  46. OPM relaunches jobs website
  47. Contractor integrity, performance to face higher level of scrutiny
  48. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  49. Coast Guard HQ at St. Elizabeths gets full speed ahead
  50. GSA to unveil database to track vendor misconduct

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