DorobekInsider: Most read items on the DorobekInsider and Daily Debrief for the third week of July 2009

A bit delayed because I’m out of town for a few days — in London, in fact, celebrating my sister’s “OHH” birthdays. So… I...

A bit delayed because I’m out of town for a few days — in London, in fact, celebrating my sister’s “OHH” birthdays. So… I’m sorry for the delay…

Most read items on DorobekInsider…

  1. DorobekInsider: Intel on the government 2.0 front lines – and a new report assessing A-Space
  2. DorobekInsider: The real story behind the contract: The need for govt contracting transparency
  3. DorobekInsider: The Roll Call-CQ marriage announcement (Editor’s note: We only found out late Friday that Governing magazine was not part of the Economist-Roll Call deal for CQ. Read more about that from late Friday here.)
  4. DorobekInsider: Learning more about Transportation Department CIO Nitin Pradham
  5. DorobekInsider: Intel on the gov 2.0 front lines – and a new report assessing A-Space
  6. DorobekInsider: Identity management — the liner notes
  7. DorobekInsider: 45 VA programs under temporary stop order pending fixes
  8. DorobekInsider: The first draft from the Open Government and Innovations conference
  9. DorobekInsider: Most read DorobekInsider and Federal News Radio 1500 AM Daily Debrief items for the second week of July 2009
  10. DorobekInsider: Attending the Open Government conference Tuesday morning
  11. DorobekInsider: contractor Smartronix speaks — in a statement
  12. DorobekInsider: 1105 GovInfo promotes Rapp – and 1105 GovInfo promotes Rapp – and hires
  13. DorobekInsider: The celebration of the Summer of Gov (2.0)
  14. DorobekInsider weekend extra: Mintz: What I Did For My Summer Vacation
  15. DorobekInsider: UPDATED date for the (barely) July Federal News Radio Book Club book: Payback: Reapi
  16. DorobekInsider: Ed DeSeve to join the Obama administration
  17. DorobekInsider: Welcome Scott Carr, the new producer for Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily De
  18. DorobekInsider: 8-day countdown to the Federal News Radio Book Club ‘meeting’ with CTO Chopra discussing the book ‘Payback’
  19. Is the Economist’s CQ marriage official?
  20. DorobekInsider: A picture worth almost 1,000 words – Obama and the IT dashboard
  21. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Dorris, Army’s Sorenson, HP’s Hempfield earn AFCEA Bethesda
  22. Worth reading: Social Software and National Security
  23. DorobekInsider: Recovery Board – and vendor – get pressure on transparency
  24. DorobekInsider: Recovery Board responds to questions — and even posts the statement
  25. DorobekInsider: CQ sells, but Governing does not… and Governing’s publisher exits
  26. DorobekInsider: GSA names Danielle Germain as chief of staff
  27. DorobekInsider: The Recovery Board speaks out on the contract award
  28. The DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 on dashboards — and the Kiviat graph
  29. DorobekInsider: Cyber-attack 2009 – what does it mean?
  30. DorobekInsider: Coming and going – A new DOT CIO (mostly confirmed), Frank Puglese, former SSA
  31. Congratulations on the wedding of Bob Suda and Joanne Connelly
  32. DorobekInsider: New DOT CFO nominee… and a possible DOT CIO nominee
  33. Steve Ressler — GovLoop’s 10K man… and counting
  34. DorobekInsider: ACT/IAC hires former 1105er Kristyn Rivellese for events post
  35. DorobekInsider: Management of Change panel: The changing role of the CIO – the liner notes
  36. DorobekInsider: Twitter #followfriday — the @fednewsradio edition
  37. DorobekInsider: OMB encourages collaboration about open government — using an existing tool
  38. The DorobekInsider reader: Obama cyber policy review
  39. DorobekInsider: Hey funny guy — Uncle Sam wants YOU! No, really…
  40. DorobekInsider: The benefits of the federal IT “dashboard” – and the liner notes f
  41. DorobekInsider: The new TSA CIO — Emma Garrison-Alexander
  42. OMB Director Peter Orszag… on The Daily Show?
  43. Hear the July 2009 Federal News Radio Book Club meeting – Fired Up or Burn
  44. DorobekInsider: Most read items for the first week of July
  45. DorobekInsider: Dee Lee to join the Professional Services Council

The most read items for Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris for the third week of July 2009

  1. TSP preps for new Web site debut
  2. Connecting dashboards to performance
  3. Update: TSP’s Roth option
  4. GAO: Changes needed for BioShield at HHS
  5. AFGE speaks out against NSPS
  6. Defense Business Board releases NSPS recommendations
  7. Why federal agencies are still using COBOL
  8. Problems continue for
  9. TSP Talk: Where is the market going?
  10. Learning about the Federal Service Student Ambassador Program
  11. Meet the Innovators: National Academy of Public Administration
  12. Friday Fun Day!
  13. Will the Senate cure the ‘FERS flu’?
  14. OMB open govt directive enters final stages
  15. Update: 12 Somali men missing from Minneapolis area
  16. NIH and Wikimedia Foundation team up
  17. TSP Talk: Tobacco Bill signed into law
  18. Increasing awareness of open source
  19. New SES survey released
  20. Using the stimulus dollars locally, wisely
  21. NIH and Wikimedia Foundation team up – Part 2
  22. Drupal and the ‘Decade of Data’
  23. Meet the Innovators: Does Gov 2.0 matter?
  24. Women in Government: Charla Quayle
  25. DoD’s health IT strategy
  26. IAC outlines ‘Four Cornerstones’ for 2009 agenda
  27. The Open Technology Initiative
  28. Drupal gains popularity among federal agencies
  29. FAIR Institute releases report on insourcing
  30. GSA talks about award
  31. Focus of identity management changing for federal govt.
  32. Controvery surrounds Alaska Native Corporations
  33. Happy Birthday, Smokey!
  34. Agencies stressed about Recovery Act spending?
  35. No COLA for federal retirees?
  36. DHS revamps Web site with Web 2.0 tools
  37. Proposed Budget Would Limit Raises in 2010
  38. Should Alaskan native corps. get special considerations?
  39. Your TSP: Changes coming tomorrow?
  40. Intelligence community moves into phase 2
  41. Update: Cloud computing conference
  42. Best Places to Work Survey released
  43. Meet the Innovators: Vint Cerf Part II
  44. More problems for Metro
  45. Terrorism abroad strikes here in the States
  46. Health Net Federal Services wins anti-fraud award
  47. GAO: Personnel Security Clearances backlog a problem
  48. Taking a long look at NSPS
  49. OMB proposes changes to ban on cookies

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