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Citizen engagement is invaluable to agencies, but not without cost. John Teeter, the deputy CIO at HHS, explains.
Jim Williams received many awards and honors during his 30-plus year career in the federal government. But he says few have topped the one he won Sunday night at the 30th annual Management of Change conference.
The goal for the 2010 Management of Change Conference is to continue the tradition by assembling an array of technical and program experts to address the government's IT strategic agenda and share the strategies, tools and best practices that lead to success through collaboration. Anchor Tom Temin has the latest.
This week, the show features two speakers from the Management of Change conference, which took place in Philadelphia earlier this year.
WFED's Jason Miller reports.
Mobile apps, dashboards and contests are some of the tools being used to grow engagement. GSA's Martha Dorris explains.
To achieve concrete outcomes, the will to drive change in an enterprise-wide perspective is needed to continue to breaking down barriers. We get an update on how that's going from the director of enterprise integration at DoD's Business Transformation Agency, Prashant Gaur.
Every year, one distinguished federal IT acquisition manager receives the coveted John J. Franke award for career excellence. The award last night went to Jim Williams, who recently retired from the GSA as the Commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service.
Three people involved with The Management of Change conference next week offer some insight into what the conference is about.