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FCW Sept. 28, 2008

FCW Sept. 28, 2008

The September 29 issue of Federal Computer Week… I know this is shocking, but.. a government 2.0 story is what I read…

What’s wrong with a little networking?
The federal government doesn’t have a clear social-networking policy.

FCW also looks at some of the security aspects of government 2.0.

Play it safe on the interactive Web
Testing new features, sanitizing XML and securing development can help reduce risks from Web 2.0.
Government Executive, October 1, 2008

Government Executive, October 1, 2008

The October 1 issue of Government Executive has a look at what Sen. Barack Obama’s “change” mantra might mean for you. (It’s the best cover image I could find.)

Great Expectations
Sen. Barack Obama has outlined a plan for change, but reforming the bureaucracy requires more than words.

The September 29 issue of GCN looks at telework

Telework in transit
Some agencies embrace telework for recruitment and COOP, but others yet to make the connection.
GCN, Sept. 29, 2008

GCN, Sept. 29, 2008

The September issue of Washington Technology — the October issue hasn’t hit the streets yet — has two interesting columns.

The straight story on contractors in Iraq by Stan Soloway, president of the Professional Services Council

Also…

Look inside for the best new hires by Bill Scheessele is chairman and chief executive officer at MBDi, a business development professional services firm.
Washington Technology, September 2008

Washington Technology, September 2008

To be fair, Federal Times does not put the cover of its publication online, nor are many of its stories.

Written by cdorobek

October 2, 2008 at 8:20 AM

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  1. C.Dorobek:

    Thanks for including our latest column in Washington Technology (Look inside for the best new hires) in your postings. As a small professional services firm, we seldom receive any notice by the “powers that be” for what we do.

    Thanks,

    Regards,

    K.G. Scheessele
    MBDi

    K.G. Scheessele, MBDi

    October 2, 2008 at 9:45 AM


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