Most read items for the fourth week of June 2009

The most read items for the fourth week of June 2009… …for… Senate approves Zients as the new chief per...

The most read items for the fourth week of June 2009…


  1. Senate approves Zients as the new chief performance officer
  2. The Obama transparency initiative – phase III launches today
  3. Is the Economist’s CQ marriage official?
  4. DorobekInsider: Women In Technology – Government Leaders at the Helm: A New Era — the liner notes
  5. The most read items for the third week of June 2009
  6. Is the age of GSA’s GWACs over? GSA says NO
  7. White House nominates Boras as DHS under secretary for management
  8. Building a better bus stop – with crowdsourcing
  9. Ed DeSeve to join the Obama administration
  10. Government 2.0 down under — the Australia Gov 2.0 Task Force
  11. DorobekInsider: The July Federal News Radio Book Club book: Payback: Reaping the Rewards of Innovati
  12. Friday’s Federal News Radio Book Club – Fired Up or Burned Out &ndas
  13. Jerry Williams to take the HUD CIO helm
  14. White House nominates Borras as DHS under secretary for management
  15. Congratulations on the wedding of Bob Suda and Joanne Connelly
  16. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Dorris, Army’s Sorenson, HP’s Hempfield earn AFCEA Bethesda
  17. DorobekInsider: 1105 Media cuts pay 20 percent — temporarily
  18. Godspeed to Christine Burman
  19. The Obama CTO reader
  20. DorobekInsider named a GovFresh Gov 2.0 hero
  21. DorobekInsider: GSA names Danielle Germain as chief of staff
  22. Rep. Honda’s tries crowdsourcing his Web redesign — a check-in
  23. Watching the Web 2.0 effect in Iran – and a real gov 2.0 hero
  24. DorobekInsider: Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris m
  25. DorobekInsider: New hires at Government Executive/NextGov… Sternstein… and Matt Dunie
  26. Hear the July 2009 Federal News Radio Book Club meeting – Fired Up or Burn
  27. Most read items for the second week of June 2009
  28. OMB encourages collaboration about open government — using existing tools
  29. Steve Ressler — GovLoop’s 10K man… and counting
  30. Many changes at GSA – this week, it’s the regional senior executives
  31. The DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 on dashboards — and the Kiviat graph
  32. DorobekInsider: Twitter #followfriday — the @fednewsradio edition
  33. DorobekInsider: The new TSA CIO — Emma Garrison-Alexander
  34. DorobekInsider: The benefits of the federal IT “dashboard” – and the liner notes f

And the most read items from Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris:

  1. TSP Talk: Tobacco Bill signed into law
  2. Causey on Pay-for-Performance
  3. Do those motivational posters really work?
  4. How a wiki is helping the Open Government initiative
  5. FederalNewsRadio goes to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival
  6. Daily Debrief EXTRA: Hinckley can apply for driver’s license
  7. A possible cure for the FERS flu?
  8. GSA’s Casey Coleman moves into the cloud
  9. The State of New York sets a transparent example
  10. SAMMIES Tracker: National Veteran Suicide Prevention Hotline
  11. White House Open Government Initiative: Phase III
  12. Women in Technology excerpts
  13. CDW-G: Use of virtualization lacking at federal agencies
  14. Rep. Issa: Two big problems with federal procurement system
  15. Analysis: New federal CPO
  16. TSP Roth 401(k) option now on the table
  17. Sunlight Foundation plans to bid on
  18. Contest: Apps for Democracy
  19. NSPS Review Task Force holds first meeting
  20. No COLA for federal retirees?
  21. Dashboards: coming soon to an agency near you?
  22. SAMMIES Tracker: Cara Peck
  23. Improving procurement and acquisition policies
  24. Bus stops, crowdsourcing and your agency
  25. FAIR Institute releases report on insourcing
  26. Get ready for 2.0
  27. No cure for FERS flu?
  28. Congresswoman: DHS’s NPPD deserves recognition
  29. DoD Secretary officially creates cybersecurity command
  30. DIA issues billion dollar tech services contract
  31. AGA conference happening now in New Orleans
  32. GAO: Handguns still available to some on terror watch list

EDITOR’s NOTE: I am on vacation from June 29-July 3. I will be back on Monday, July 5. I will be posting occasionally — and perhaps be posting some slightly off-topic items. And I am on a cruise along the Alaska coastTwitter feed… and on Facebook. In the meantime, I’ll be back at it on Monday, July 5. Enjoy the Fourth of July holiday. — with all of my in-laws, no less.. 19 of us, in all. If possible, I’ll be posting to my

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