The ACT-IAC Voyagers Program is a leadership development program for ”rising stars” in both government and industry who have a high potential for future advancement. We learn more from 2010 industry chair, Tristen Yancey.
A virtual cottage industry has sprung up in Washington around coming up with remedies for both agencies and industry.
In many ways, you’re hiring people the same way the private sector does – but in the ways you’re not, it’s holding you back. Research by ACT-IAC’s Human Capital Special Interest Group, says your agency…
The groups have launched a website, asking for public input in an effort to improve the acquisitions process between government and industry.
The Financial Management Service developed an electronic payment program. The debit card like system could save the government millions of dollars each year.
Agencies are increasingly using social media in their work. But platforms like Facebook and Twitter offer challenges to records management.
Sanjeev ”Sonny” Bhagowalia talks to Federal News Radio’s Amy Morris about managing federal IT in an age of budget cuts.
ACT-IAC Executive Director Ken Allen joins host Mark Amtower for a wide-ranging discussion of the myriad of projects that ACT-IAC is working on. May 23, 2011 (Encore presentation June 13, 2011)
Andrew McLauchlin, vice president at CGI Federal, spoke with Federal News Radio about ACT-IAC’s four recommendations.
Just-retired DoD Secretary Robert Gates issued a recent memo announcing his decision about how DISA and the chief information officer’s office will change. Gates said DoD will dis-establish the Networks Integration and Information office.