DorobekInsider: What you read for the second week of September 2009 on DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, and Federal News Radio

Most read items for the second week of September — the first full week of September — 2009… on the, Federal News Radio 1500...

Most read items for the second week of September — the first full week of September — 2009… on the, Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, and


  1. DorobekInsider: What happened in the federal government when we were away on vacation
  2. DorobekInsider: OPM’s Berry reorganizes giving the CIO a more prominent role
  3. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Mike Sade, formerly with Commerce, quietly retires
  4. DorobekInsider: What are the most annoying buzz words?
  5. The DorobekInsider Reader: National Security Personnel System recommendations
  6. DorobekInsider: A positive step for federal workers: Improving the buildings
  7. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star f
  8. DorobekInsider: What you read for the first week of September 2009 on DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief,
  9. DorobekInsider: Federal News Radio is going to shake our groove thing… with a famous fed
  10. DorobekInsider: The buzz of federal government IT: Two scorching IG report on VA IT… sex, lie
  11. DorobekInsider: Most read items for August 2009
  12. DorobekInsider: The VA IG reports — what are the next steps? We ask government IT veterans
  13. DorobekInsider: Leadership or management — that is the question?
  14. DorobekInsider: Robertson to be named to head GSA’s OGP and CAO
  15. DorobekInsider: What’s behind the cyber-czar Hathaway resignation? And why is this post so dif
  16. DorobekInsider: GSA names Dave McClure to lead the Office of Citizen Services
  17. DorobekInsider: 9/11 remembrances… and 9/11 hopes
  18. DorobekInsider: 1105 Media cuts pay 20 percent — temporarily
  19. DorobekInsider: The GSA Johnson hold update — Bond and Johnson have met
  20. DorobekInsider: Hear the Federal News Radio Book Club — Payback featuring CTO Chopra

Most read items on Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. GAO: Long-term costs of BRAC uncertain
  2. Special fed shakes his groove thing on WFED
  3. Md. BRAC coordinator reacts to GAO report
  4. DataMasher wins Sunlight’s Apps for America 2 contest
  5. Fed agencies make ‘Best Place to Launch Your Career’ list
  6. DHS one step closer to having its own home
  7. FCC preps for communications during an emergency
  8. Your Turn preview
  9. TSP Talk: Tobacco Bill signed into law
  10. What do students think of the Where the Jobs Are report?
  11. How Web 2.0 is changing responses to emergencies
  12. Pay parity still lacking for federal civilian employees
  13. Analysis: PPS Where the Jobs Are report
  14. TSA employees closer to collective bargaining
  15. NCPC plans to rehabilitate the Lincoln Memorial
  16. Some DISA workers facing tough decision
  17. FCC releases preparedness report
  18. The pros and cons of blogging at federal agencies
  19. OPM wants to change sick leave rules
  20. Analysis: Where does NSPS go now?
  21. New FAR regulations create unintended consequences
  22. On contracting and saving dollars
  23. Details about GSA’s Web 2.0 policies
  24. How the per diem rates are calculated
  25. Get ready for Internet 2020
  26. VA deputy secy responds to troubling IG report
  27. New contractor past performance system in development
  28. Will Maryland be the new home of cybersecurity?
  29. NIH and Wikimedia Foundation team up – Part 2
  30. E-Verify ruling & contractors
  31. Why you might want to be wary of cloud computing
  32. Analyst: needs serious improvements
  33. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  34. Gov 2.0 Summit coming to D.C.
  35. How well do CBP checkpoints work?
  36. Who will inherit your TSP account?
  37. DoD’s health IT strategy
  38. DIA: Ask the CIO preview
  39. Interior’s Indian Trust looks to repair relations with 2.0 technology
  40. BRAC update from two local congressmen
  41. GSA’s Robertson ready to take on challenges
  42. TSP Talk: Where is the market going?
  43. Cybersecurity challenges
  44. OMB’s new open gov’t directive coming
  45. Federal Contracting workforce is growing
  46. GSA Administrator still not nominated
  47. Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  48. What next, if not Networx? Word from GSA’s conference
  49. Report: Al-Qaida changing tactics

And the most read items on

  1. GSA equips employees with Web 2.0 rules
  2. Short time deadline looms for federal Long Term Care
  3. OPM shops for a culture change
  4. DHS marks new milestone with St. E’s campus groundbreaking
  5. Persistence needed to go “Where the Jobs Are”
  6. White House cuts federal pay raise
  7. NASA, OMB to make cloud announcement next week
  8. Apps for the Army coming this month
  9. Justice’s Painter replaces Hathaway as acting cyber coordinator
  10. NIH to test use of commercial identity management providers
  11. On contracting and saving dollars, October is time to act
  12. Preview: Gov 2.0 Summit
  13. Analyst: needs serious improvements
  14. Agencies easily achieving green purchasing goals
  15. GSA’s Robertson ready to take on challenges
  16. Smithsonian: Help pick a new setting for the Hope Diamond
  17. Senate panel gets stimulus tracking update
  18. Administration wants open government, innovation among its lasting hallmarks
  19. Spouse beneficiary rules to change for TSP
  20. Contractor integrity, performance to face higher level of scrutiny
  21. Federal News Radio Reports
  22. New FAR regulations create unintended consequences
  23. Telework, transportation top issues for BRAC
  24. St. Elizabeth campus not big enough for DHS
  25. PPS issues 2009 Where the Jobs Are Report
  26. Archives reports progress on road to digital ERA
  27. FCC: Are we ready?
  28. FCC outlines emergency response plans, notes areas for improvement
  29. VA relying on new performance system to address IG report
  30. Embassy guard scandal brews in Afghanistan
  31. Buzzwords can quash, not help, your message
  32. Oversight Chair Edolphus Towns shares committee priorities
  33. OPM preparing for pandemic by adjusting sick leave policy
  34. Maryland: the ‘Silicon Valley’ of Cybersecurity?
  35. Agencies taking diverse paths to performance measurement
  36. NSPS remains on life support
  37. OMB eyes Sept. 9 to launch cloud storefront
  38. Ruling on E-Verify could contain hidden costs
  39. GSA extends deadline for infrastructure-as-a-service RFQ
  40. ‘Big Stick’ heads home for an extreme makeover
  41. Military spouses could benefit from new OPM rules
  42. Senate committee increases civilian pay raise to 2.9 percent for 2010
  43. Section: WFED Stories
  44. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  45. Predator drones help CBP along all borders
  46. Langevin ‘concerned and disappointed’: still no cybersecurity czar
  47. The end for NSPS?
  48. Agencies trying to find balance between Web 2.0, cybersecurity
  49. FAA & DOT: Special help wanted
  50. McClure taking charge at GSA

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