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The Center for American Progress' Jitinder Kohli shares the center's new report on how to design successful government programs.
Deloitte's Eric Openshaw explains how the tablet technology is becoming more than just a toy.
Patricia Titus is the vice president and chief information security officer at Unysis, explains the differences between IT and cybersecurity.
NIST's Sheila Frankel explains how agencies can be IPv6-compatible.
The Energy Department has unveiled a new initiative that will develop cyber security risk management process guidelines for the electric sector.
Research from the Cato Institute says that the new Republicans in Congress are not challenging defense spending.
CNN's Brian Todd updates the DorobekINSIDER with details on the Middle East struggles of the past week.
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OPM Director John Berry discusses how the agency is using last week's snowstorm as a lesson in dealing with this week's bad weather.
The new government purchasing site rival Amazon in its usability, says GSA FAS' Liz DelNegro.
Mike Causey outlines some of the hurdles to telework.
Chad Grant, policy analyst at the NASCIO, is the author of a report detailing the struggles of states to hire IT professionals.
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Gov Exec's Tom Shoop explains what agencies will have to do in preparation for the governmentwide reorganization effort called for in President Obama's executive order.
The New York Times reports that this latest effort to censor the Internet comes after the Egyptian protests.