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DorobekINSIDER: Most read items from Feb. 14-20: Snow, Drabkin, and your TSP

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The most read stories from the week of February 14-20, 2010… on the DorobekInsider.com, on the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, for Mike Causey, and for FederalNewsRadio.com

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. DorobekINSIDER poll: Did OPM make the right decision to open DC offices on Friday?
  2. DorobekINSIDER: OPM: DC back at work, but… let’s be careful out there
  3. DorobekINSIDER: GSA procurement guru Drabkin to retire
  4. DorobekINSIDER: Turnbull to be acting Energy CIO; Energy Deputy CIO Staton also retiring
  5. DorobekINSIDER: CA CIO Teri Takai to be named DOD CIO
  6. DorobekINSIDER poll: What should the federal government’s operating status in DC be for Tuesda
  7. DorobekINSIDER: OPM’s Berry: Use flexibilities to deal with snowpoclypse type events
  8. DorobekINSIDER: Back to work for feds in DC, OPM defends closure decisions
  9. DorobekINSIDER: GSA’s Johnson speaks to employees – here is what she said
  10. DorobekINSIDER: Most read items from Feb. 7-13: Snow and the OPM director
  11. DorobekINSIDER: Johnson sworn in as GSA administrator — telework style
  12. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  13. DorobekInsider: Energy Department CIO to retire after 45 years of public service
  14. DorobekINSIDER poll: What should be the federal government’s operating status for FRIDAY?
  15. DorobekINSIDER poll: What should be the federal government’s operating status for Thursday?
  16. DorobekINSIDER: GSA’s Martha Johnson to be sworn in Tuesday, Feb. 9
  17. DorobekINSIDER: Welcome to the new GSA administrator, Martha N. Johnson
  18. DorobekInsider: USDA gets approval for employee buy outs from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  19. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: USDA undertakes extensive management reorg – downgrading the CIO, CF
  20. DorobekINSIDER: DC snowpocalypse delays swearing in ceremony for GSA’s Johnson
  21. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: NASA scores Gardner as the new Goddard CIO

… from the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. TSP participant behavior was strong, steady during crisis
  2. Analysis: Senior Correspondent Mike Causey on snow closings
  3. GAO on NASA’s management and program challenges
  4. OPM Director Berry doesn’t regret decision to open
  5. Why China isn’t the number one cyber threat to the U.S.
  6. What’s happening with former NSPS feds?
  7. Lessons learned, best practices on telework examined after blizzard
  8. Thursday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  9. Friday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  10. How to bust silos and foster collaboration
  11. Analysis: Snow, closings set historic record for federal government
  12. Energy CIO Pyke on retirement: ‘It’s been a wonderful career’
  13. Government contractors and the living wage
  14. Agency transparency on the Web leads to citizen trust
  15. Getting more feds to telework might be harder than it sounds
  16. Sunlight Foundation wants to take open government to the next level
  17. Coordinated ZeuS attack threatens federal agencies
  18. OPM: Federal government closed Tuesday
  19. Earnings down for many TSP accounts in January
  20. OPM makes call on snow closings
  21. Amtower: Bloomberg enters B2G market
  22. DoD gives vendors new rules to protect data
  23. DHS issues new RFP on national cyber attacks
  24. Teleworking is not just about working at home
  25. Now a good time to review where your money is in the TSP
  26. The ’12 Principles of Computer Network Operations’, 8 years later
  27. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  28. Simulated cyberattack coming next week
  29. USCG Commandant steps down
  30. Congress will debate TSP contributions this session
  31. GSA’s Alliant one year later
  32. OMB’s Sunstein delivers remarks on regulatory change
  33. Suggestions for federal labor-management relations
  34. Miranda rights, prosecuting terrorists and homeland security
  35. TSP participants can now move money from other accounts
  36. On pay raises and what feds really earn
  37. How will Martha Johnson do as GSA administrator?
  38. A preview of The Causeys
  39. OMBWatch wants revised executive order on regulatory process
  40. All TSP funds see gains in 2009
  41. NASA’s FY 2011 budget: What’s next?
  42. Make way for emergency feds, personnel
  43. Sunstein delivers remarks on regulatory change
  44. Best practices gained from NextGen deployment
  45. TSP funds see slow but steady gains in 2009
  46. High school students learn about IT at DoD
  47. Contractors wonder about Rep. Murtha replacement
  48. Operation Jump Start to help troops next week
  49. Will the D.C. region become a federal disaster area?

…for Mike Causey’s Federal Report

  1. Snow Shutdown: The Rules of the Road
  2. Telecommuting: The Darkside!
  3. Snow Daze: Wimps Or Lions?
  4. Shutdown Rules: For Many No Work, No Pay!
  5. William Henry Harrison Day?
  6. Respiraling NSPS Converts

… and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. Feds eye federal operating status as more snow approaches
  2. Federal govt. open Tuesday under delayed arrival, unscheduled leave
  3. New federal cookie policy coming soon?
  4. USCG’s Adm. Thad Allen begins long farewell
  5. DoD gives vendors new rules to protect data
  6. OPM’s decision to open gov’t. questioned after horrific commute
  7. OPM to test new employee health services
  8. Mikulski asks OPM about retirement system troubles
  9. DoD pursues Net Generation for IT workforce
  10. Telework centers offer alternative workspace for feds
  11. GSA hires IBM to consolidate procurement databases
  12. OMB’s Sunstein presents new way to look at regulation
  13. ODNI names new CHCO
  14. Mass. Comptroller gives Feds thumbs up on stimulus reporting
  15. Teleworking becomes top of mind for federal government
  16. Federal govt. open on time on Wed., Feb 17, 2010
  17. AFFIRMing priorities in federal cybersecurity
  18. USPTO battles Snowmageddon with telework
  19. GSA’s Alliant contract attracting early supporters
  20. DHS to increase the number, diversity of senior leaders
  21. Defense industry brings Styles to ethics
  22. Federal government open on Friday, Feb. 12
  23. OMB’s Zients sets out steps to key productivity boom
  24. Another way for feds to telework
  25. Federal government closed on Thursday
  26. Goals set for first labor-management relations board meeting
  27. Fed contracting community waits to see who fills Murtha’s shoes
  28. Senate: Con artists are using stimulus scams to fleece citizens
  29. Federal government closed on Wednesday
  30. DoD partially lifts ban on USB drives
  31. Federal News Radio Reports
  32. Mobile apps, TechStat lead OMB’s IT evolution
  33. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  34. Exec. order breaks new ground in declassification
  35. DHS CIO taking on IT governance
  36. ONDI has new CHCO
  37. VA sets rules for set-aside program
  38. OMB to dash(board) to better management
  39. 2010 Census chaff will benefit children of feds
  40. TSP Snapshot: Look past the thorns of January
  41. OMB’s new performance framework to combine the best of the past
  42. Air Force sets new date for tanker RFP
  43. FTC hires AT&T to secure Internet gateway
  44. Government needs to define cyber war
  45. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  46. Federal government closed Monday
  47. DoD makes it official: FCS is cancelled
  48. OMB finally details broad management doctrine
  49. Salary Council suggests locality pay increase for 2011
  50. NMCI to NGEN = 43 months Navy says

Written by cdorobek

February 23, 2010 at 8:19 AM

DorobekINSIDER: Most read items from Feb. 7-13: Snow and the OPM director

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It was a record traffic week — and not just on the streets of Washington, DC on Friday, although there was that too. It was a record Web traffic week. The DorobekINSIDER — and FederalNewsRadio.com — saw record Web traffic last week. That was in part due to the snow — you wanted to find out if feds were going to be working. But the traffic numbers were also thanks to OPM Director John Berry. Agree or disagree with Berry’s decisions last week — and throughout the week, people seem to have done both — Berry was out front explaining how and why he made the decision.

But we — I — also want to thank you — our listeners and Web viewers. I know it sounds quaint or silly, but Team Federal News Radio works very hard to provide you with information that helps you do your job better. That seems so easy — but often things are easier said than done.

And so… the most read stories from the week of February 7-13, 2010… on the DorobekInsider.com, on the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, for Mike Causey, and for FederalNewsRadio.com…

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. DorobekINSIDER poll: Did OPM make the right decision to open DC offices on Friday?
  2. DorobekINSIDER: CA CIO Teri Takai to be named DOD CIO
  3. DorobekINSIDER poll: What should be the federal government’s operating status for FRIDAY?
  4. DorobekINSIDER: Back to work for feds in DC, OPM defends closure decisions
  5. DorobekINSIDER poll: What should be the federal government’s operating status for Thursday?
  6. DorobekINSIDER: Johnson sworn in as GSA administrator — telework style
  7. DorobekINSIDER: DC snowpocalypse delays swearing in ceremony for GSA’s Johnson
  8. DorobekINSIDER: Most read 1.31 through 2.6: GSA’s Johnson, snow, pay raise, cyber-war
  9. DorobekINSIDER: Welcome to the new GSA administrator, Martha N. Johnson
  10. DorobekINSIDER: GSA’s Martha Johnson to be sworn in Tuesday, Feb. 9
  11. DorobekINSIDER: Why Brown’s ‘feds make double the private sector’ comparison is no
  12. DorobekINSIDER: Johnson sworn in as GSA administrator — by phone
  13. DorobekINSIDER: GSA will have to wait until at least Thursday for any Johnson action
  14. DorobekInsider: Most read for the month of January 2010 – Germain, TSP, pay freeze and Causey
  15. DorobekInsider: Sen. elect Brown: Feds making 2X the private sector
  16. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  17. DorobekInsider: Johnson’s GSA nomination moves one step closer with cloture
  18. DorobekInsider: White House names Leeds as GSA’s new acting administrator
  19. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: NASA scores Gardner as the new Goddard CIO
  20. DorobekInsider: Lieberman, Collins want Networx delay answers
  21. DorobekINSIDER: Could Tuesday be GSA nominee Johnson’s V-Day?
  22. DorobekInsider: USDA gets approval for employee buy outs from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  23. DorobekInsider: USDA gets early out approval from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  24. DorobekInsider: What you read for the first week of November 2009 on DorobekInsider, the Daily Debri
  25. DorobekInsider: New GSA deputy administrator is finally official — Susan Brita to start Feb. 2
  26. DorobekInsider recommended event: Operation Jump Start VI – helping transitioning soldiers

… from the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. OPM: No decision yet on government’s operating status for Tuesday
  2. Analysis: Snow, closings set historic record for federal government
  3. OPM: Federal government closed Tuesday
  4. Analysis: Will the federal government open on Friday?
  5. OPM Director Berry doesn’t regret decision to open
  6. OPM makes call on snow closings
  7. Make way for emergency feds, personnel
  8. Will the D.C. region become a federal disaster area?
  9. Former OPM director weighs in on difficulty of snow closing call
  10. OPM still to make decision on snow closing Tuesday
  11. What’s happening with former NSPS feds?
  12. OPM wants to change sick leave rules
  13. Causey: To open or not, that is the question
  14. Analysis: Johnson becomes GSA administrator
  15. Earnings down for many TSP accounts in January
  16. QHSR review complete
  17. How are you spending your “snow holiday?”
  18. DHS issues new RFP on national cyber attacks
  19. Section: Daily Debrief Blogs
  20. Getting more feds to telework might be harder than it sounds
  21. Government contractors and the living wage
  22. Congress closes for most of the week
  23. Snow tests COOP plans, teleworking
  24. Bonasaro hints Senior Executive Service might be in trouble
  25. Friday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  26. Now a good time to review where your money is in the TSP
  27. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  28. OPM hopes to lure more military vets into civilian agenices
  29. Senate to consider cybersecurity bill passed by House; Chinese crackdown on hackers engenders skepti
  30. Census ad campaign causes controversy
  31. Smart Grid gets cybersecurity focus
  32. TSP participants can now move money from other accounts
  33. Feds, agencies not taking advantage of teleworking opportunities
  34. Teleworking is not just about working at home
  35. Contractors wonder about Rep. Murtha replacement
  36. All TSP funds see gains in 2009
  37. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  38. Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  39. Friday Fun Day!
  40. How OPM will make its decision to close government if there’s snow
  41. On pay raises and what feds really earn
  42. OMB kicks of Tech-Stat program to watch troubled IT programs
  43. Thursday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  44. Congress will debate TSP contributions this session
  45. Virtual USA enters second phase of regional operating pilot
  46. Security and privacy in the cloud; NIST gets cybersecurity funds
  47. National media monitors local storm
  48. How Martha Johnson will do as GSA administrator
  49. DOT looks at why plane was on tarmac for 7 hours

…for Mike Causey’s Federal Report

  1. NSPS Staffers: Separation Anxiety
  2. No-Cal COLAs Gag Reflex
  3. Beltway Blizzard Tactics
  4. Survivors of the Storm Speak
  5. Respiraling NSPS Converts
  6. Snow Day: May Day!
  7. Retirees $250 Tax Credit
  8. GS 15 Pay: The Frozen Chosen
  9. The Roth Option & Your Estate
  10. Diet Pay Raise/No-Cal COLAs
  11. 2011 Pay Raise: Coulda Been Worse
  12. Winter Closings: Very Early Warning
  13. Life After NSPS: A GS 14, Step 15?
  14. Big Career Changes Coming at You
  15. Long Term Care Premiums: Ripoff or Reality?

… and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. Berry: ‘We’ll make the call this evening’
  2. Federal government operating status for Wednesday up in air
  3. Will federal government open on Friday?
  4. Federal government closed on Thursday
  5. Federal government open on Friday, Feb. 12
  6. Federal government closed on Wednesday
  7. Federal government closed Monday
  8. No word yet about federal government status on Thursday
  9. OPM’s Berry gets Hill thumbs up on fed closing call
  10. Teleworking becomes top of mind for federal government
  11. OPM’s decision to open gov’t. questioned after horrific commute
  12. Snow collapses Smithsonian storage warehouse
  13. OPM Director Berry opens up about making the closing call
  14. OPM Director Berry says open/close status to be made after 6 p.m.
  15. Waiting for word from the federal government
  16. TSP Snapshot: Look past the thorns of January
  17. Air Force sets new date for tanker RFP
  18. USPTO battles Snowmageddon with telework
  19. DHS to increase the number, diversity of senior leaders
  20. OMB to dash(board) to better management
  21. Federal government closed Dec. 21st due to snow
  22. OPM says safety is paramount in government closure decisions
  23. Fed contracting community waits to see who fills Murtha’s shoes
  24. VA sets rules for set-aside program
  25. Federal News Radio Reports
  26. CRS finds federal CTO role remains undefined
  27. FTC hires AT&T to secure Internet gateway
  28. DHS CIO taking on IT governance
  29. Mikulski asks OPM about retirement system troubles
  30. Mobile apps, TechStat lead OMB’s IT evolution
  31. OPM Dir. Berry opens up about making the closing call
  32. Is there a central travel office in DHS’ future?
  33. Two working groups to improve federal spending data
  34. Fed insurance carriers meeting health IT standards
  35. Senate: Con artists are using stimulus scams to fleece citizens
  36. QHSR: Crowdsourced and complete
  37. Government needs to define cyber war
  38. Martha Johnson confirmed as GSA Administrator
  39. OMB finally details broad management doctrine
  40. TSP Snapshot: Your money, working hard
  41. Some insurance companies leave Federal Employee Health Benefits Plan as Open Season approaches
  42. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  43. DHS completes roadmap for change
  44. White House proposes 1.4 percent pay raise
  45. OPM shops for a culture change
  46. Federal Teleworking: A look at the numbers
  47. White House IT budget request lower in 2011
  48. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  49. State reviews priorities and policies
  50. Army to test enterprise e-mail for all of DoD

Written by cdorobek

February 14, 2010 at 9:39 AM

DorobekINSIDER: Most read 1.31 through 2.6: GSA’s Johnson, snow, pay raise, cyber-war

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The most read stories from the week of January 31-February 6, 2010… on the DorobekInsider.com, on the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, for Mike Causey, and for FederalNewsRadio.com…

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. DorobekINSIDER: GSA will have to wait until at least Thursday for any Johnson action
  2. DorobekINSIDER: CA CIO Teri Takai to be named DOD CIO
  3. DorobekInsider: Sen. elect Brown: Feds making 2X the private sector
  4. DorobekINSIDER: Could Tuesday be GSA nominee Johnson’s V-Day?
  5. DorobekInsider: New GSA deputy administrator is finally official — Susan Brita to start Feb. 2
  6. DorobekInsider: Most read for the month of January 2010 – Germain, TSP, pay freeze and Causey
  7. DorobekInsider: Johnson’s GSA nomination moves one step closer with cloture
  8. DorobekINSIDER: Why Brown’s ‘feds make double the private sector’ comparison is no
  9. DorobekINSIDER: Welcome to the new GSA administrator, Martha N. Johnson
  10. DorobekInsider: Did the President all-but mention GSA administrator nominee Johnson at the State of Union?
  11. DorobekINSIDER: GSA’s Martha Johnson to be sworn in Tuesday, Feb. 9
  12. DorobekINSIDER: Operation Jump Start is a GO for tonight
  13. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: NASA scores Gardner as the new Goddard CIO
  14. DorobekInsider recommended event: Operation Jump Start VI – helping transitioning soldiers
  15. DorobekInsider: GSA chief of staff Germain steps down, no replacement named
  16. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: USDA undertakes extensive management reorg – downgrading the CIO, CFO
  17. DorobekInsider: White House names Leeds as GSA’s new acting administrator
  18. DorobekInsider: USDA gets approval for employee buy outs from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  19. DorobekInsider: Federal News Radio Countdown for January 29, 2010: What are the top government stori
  20. DorobekINSIDER: By the numbers: Why Brown’s ‘feds make double the private sector’
  21. DorobekInsider: Could GSA nominee Johnson be headed to a Senate vote?

from the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. OPM makes call on snow closings
  2. Earnings down for many TSP accounts in January
  3. How OPM will make the call on snow closings
  4. FY 2011 budget revealed, DHS sees increases
  5. ODNI director Blair: Recent cyber attacks are ‘wake-up call’
  6. Best practices gained from NextGen deployment
  7. TSP participants can now move money from other accounts
  8. Thursday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  9. On pay raises and what feds really earn
  10. Analysis: Johnson becomes GSA administrator
  11. Avaya Government Solutions completes road map
  12. Analysis: How government can prevent a bioterror attack
  13. Virtual USA enters second phase of regional operating pilot
  14. Dept. of Labor uses cloud solution for financial management
  15. Recovery Board re-launches Web site
  16. Congress will debate TSP contributions this session
  17. Web series on agency leadership development debuts
  18. Now a good time to review where your money is in the TSP
  19. Report suggests mentality on information sharing should change
  20. Bonasaro hints Senior Executive Service might be in trouble
  21. New report from McAfee/CSIS warns of constant cyber attacks
  22. FY 2011 technology budget details
  23. NASA’s FY 2011 budget: What’s next?
  24. House bill calls for cyber workforce report
  25. Mars rover Spirit: Stuck but not forgotten
  26. Analysis: What Johnson will face if confirmed
  27. What President Obama’s speech means for you
  28. All TSP funds see gains in 2009
  29. Your Turn preview: How to move money into your TSP
  30. Sen. Feinstein calls for international cyber accord
  31. D.C. Council member discusses Northrop Grumman move
  32. Navy is the latest agency to create a cyber command
  33. Cyber czar Schmidt on cloud; Congress investigating hacks
  34. Analysis: The budget freeze & your agency
  35. TSP funds see slow but steady gains in 2009
  36. Bill would trade time served for education in cybersecurity
  37. Senior Medicare Patrol works to prevent Medicare fraud
  38. Friday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  39. Will GSA administrator nominee Martha Johnson ever be confirmed?
  40. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  41. Nortel Government Solutions is now Avaya Government Solutions
  42. GITECC retools focus to front-line CIO’s
  43. Security and privacy in the cloud; NIST gets cybersecurity funds
  44. DDOT’s Twitter use keeps department ahead of blizzard cleanup
  45. Blue Dogs weigh in on budget
  46. Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  47. Operation Jump Start to help troops next week
  48. Cyber czar Schmidt details priorities
  49. Your Turn preview: How big is your TSP?

…for Mike Causey’s Federal Report

  1. Snow Day: May Day!
  2. 2011 Pay Raise: Coulda Been Worse
  3. 2011 Pay Pitch: Look For a Low Ball
  4. Diet Pay Raise/No-Cal COLAs
  5. The Roth Option & Your Estate
  6. 2011 Pay Raise, The Magic Number Is…
  7. Life After NSPS: A GS 14, Step 15?
  8. Retirees $250 Tax Credit
  9. Is Your Pension a Target?
  10. TSP Changes Timetable

… and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. White House proposes 1.4 percent pay raise
  2. Martha Johnson confirmed as GSA Administrator
  3. Government needs to define cyber war
  4. DHS completes roadmap for change
  5. OMB finally details broad management doctrine
  6. TSP Snapshot: Look past the thorns of January
  7. White House IT budget request lower in 2011
  8. Blue Dog Dems hound President on budget priorities
  9. A spending plan that tries to cover all the bases
  10. Archivist details challenges of massive declassification job
  11. OMB to dash(board) to better management
  12. Is there a central travel office in DHS’ future?
  13. Federal R&D efforts could get boost
  14. Agencies recycle, reuse 16 million pounds of electronics
  15. FY 2011 budget: What are agencies asking?
  16. What the State of the Union means for feds
  17. DHS CIO taking on IT governance
  18. Privacy not taking back seat to security, cyberchief says
  19. Exec. order breaks new ground in declassification
  20. More vendors gaining relief from protests
  21. Federal News Radio Reports
  22. Senate: Con artists are using stimulus scams to fleece citizens
  23. House bill calls for cyber workforce report
  24. Federal government closed Monday due to snow
  25. President to order pay freeze
  26. TSP Snapshot: Your money, working hard
  27. State reviews priorities and policies
  28. OPM says safety is paramount in government closure decisions
  29. Protest of TSA IT contract sustained
  30. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  31. Federal government closed Dec. 21st due to snow
  32. Schmidt answers doubters as cyber czar
  33. Salary Council suggests locality pay increase for 2011
  34. Fed insurance carriers meeting health IT standards
  35. OPM to get help digitizing personnel records
  36. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  37. DHS deciding on future of SBInet
  38. OPM relaunches jobs website
  39. Section: WFED Stories
  40. OMB’s new performance framework to combine the best of the past
  41. OMB details approach to program evaluations
  42. DoD makes it official: FCS is cancelled
  43. Budget would cap pay raises for feds
  44. DISA wants collaboration marbled through enterprise
  45. GAO sees more bid protests in 2009
  46. EXCLUSIVE: OMB guidance sets technology tone for 2010, beyond
  47. Agencies going green and saving green
  48. Agencies open under unscheduled leave policy on Tuesday
  49. OMB to give agencies plan to modernize services
  50. Agency cybersecurity reporting to get makeover

Written by cdorobek

February 7, 2010 at 9:59 AM

DorobekInsider: Most read for the month of January 2010 – Germain, TSP, pay freeze and Causey

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The most read stories from the week of January 10-16, 2010… on the DorobekInsider.com, on the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, for Mike Causey, and for FederalNewsRadio.com…

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. DorobekInsider: GSA chief of staff Germain steps down, no replacement named
  2. DorobekInsider: My “dinner” with the President
  3. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: NASA scores Gardner as the new Goddard CIO
  4. DorobekInsider: Germain to lead NAPA’s Collaboration Project, while NAPA’s Munz joins GS
  5. DorobekInsider: New GSA deputy administrator is finally official — Susan Brita to start Feb. 2
  6. DorobekInsider: White House names Leeds as GSA’s new acting administrator
  7. DorobekInsider: Energy Department CIO to retire after 45 years of public service
  8. DorobekInsider poll: What gov buzzwords should be retired in 2010?
  9. DorobekInsider: Welcome 2010 – what you may have missed while we were away
  10. DorobekInsider: State of the Union history
  11. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star f
  12. DorobekInsider: Could GSA nominee Johnson be headed to a Senate vote?
  13. DorobekInsider: What’s behind the GSA leadership vacancy — the NewsChannel 8 liner notes
  14. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  15. DorobekInsider poll: Grade President Obama’s first year — from a insider’s perspec
  16. DorobekInsider: Kempf named deputy for GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service
  17. DorobekInsider: Godspeed Nick DeCarlo
  18. DorobekInsider: Did the President all-but mention GSA administrator nominee Johnson at the State of
  19. DorobekInsider: What you read in December 2009 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, Causey, and Fed
  20. DorobekInsider: Most read for January 10-16, 2010 – Germain, TSP, and Causey
  21. The DorobekInsider Reader: Martin Luther King Jr.
  22. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: USDA undertakes extensive management reorg – downgrading the CIO, CF
  23. DorobekInsider: Johnson’s GSA nomination moves one step closer with cloture
  24. DorobekInsider: Most read for January 17-23, 2010 – Gardner to NASA Goddard, TSP, and Causey
  25. DorobekInsider: Meet “the good bureaucrat” — Dwight Ink
  26. DorobekInsider: USDA gets early out approval from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  27. DorobekInsider: What you read Jan. 3-9 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, and FederalNewsRadio.co
  28. DorobekInsider: USDA gets approval for employee buy outs from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  29. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on the DorobekInsider
  30. DorobekInsider: More GSA FAS shifts — King to retire, Ghiloni shifts, and FAS SES regional com
  31. DorobekInsider: Rumoring around the halls of GSA — playing GSA musical chairs
  32. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on The Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morri
  33. DorobekInsider: GSA names Danielle Germain as chief of staff
  34. DorobekInsider recommended event: Operation Jump Start VI – helping transitioning soldiers
  35. DorobekInsider: What are the top government stories of the week?
  36. DorobekInsider: Government 2.0 from down under — the final report of the Government 2.0 Task F
  37. DorobekInsider: UPDATED – Grams to join VA as principal deputy assistant secretary for managem
  38. DorobekInsider: USDA officials offer more details on management reorganization
  39. DorobekInsider: USDA gets push back on massive management reorg, GovExec reports; USDA remains silen
  40. DorobekInsider: BREAKING NEWS — Sens. Collins, McCaskill, Bennett introduce acquisition workforce bills

from the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. All TSP funds see gains in 2009
  2. Now a good time to review where your money is in the TSP
  3. TSP participants can now move money from other accounts
  4. Congress will debate TSP contributions this session
  5. OPM prepares for relaunch of USAJobs.gov
  6. Bonasaro hints Senior Executive Service might be in trouble
  7. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  8. Your Turn preview: How to move money into your TSP
  9. Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  10. Your Turn preview: How big is your TSP?
  11. TSP funds see slow but steady gains in 2009
  12. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  13. When good leaders are bad at strategy
  14. Conficker worm alive and well
  15. TSP Snapshot: Your money is working hard for you
  16. The best and worst jobs of 2010
  17. 2009: The best year for federal employees yet?
  18. Michael Brown: how to learn from Haiti
  19. What President Obama’s speech means for you
  20. How to be a ‘good bureaucrat’
  21. Thursday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  22. Agencies look at lessons learned from H1N1 employee absences in 2008
  23. Federal agencies face challenges responding to Haitian earthquake
  24. Congress, health care proposals and your benefits
  25. Friday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  26. Symantec: Be careful where you donate money for Haiti
  27. What 2010 might bring: A Your Turn preview
  28. NARA talks about lessons learned from lost PII incident
  29. Analysis: The budget freeze & your agency
  30. McAfee helps companies respond to Operation Aurora
  31. Survey: Government market good for contractors now
  32. Jim Leto, CEO of GTSI, announces retirement
  33. Australia says Gov 2.0 Taskforce a success, shares best practices
  34. Senior Medicare Patrol works to prevent Medicare fraud
  35. Dept. of Labor uses cloud solution for financial management
  36. GAO: DoD needs to improve fiscal management
  37. Report suggests mentality on information sharing should change
  38. Colleges adding cybersecurity to curricula
  39. How a proper risk management plan could help your agency
  40. New report from McAfee/CSIS warns of constant cyber attacks
  41. Analysis: How government can prevent a bioterror attack
  42. Dept. of Labor exceeds Open Government Initiative goals
  43. FCC launches Reboot to create 2.0 Web site
  44. Smithsonian remembers Martin Luther King, Jr.
  45. Two big RFP’s on the way from the Army
  46. New app from Sunlight Foundation tracks Congress for you
  47. Collaborative tools help rescue workers in Haiti
  48. How states report on Recovery fund usage

…for Mike Causey’s Federal Report

  1. Retirees $250 Tax Credit
  2. 2011 Pay Raise Poker Chip
  3. Your 2010 Lucky Numbers
  4. TSP Balances: Size Counts
  5. East Coast, West Coast Pay Spread
  6. How’s Your Pay Raise? Compared To What?
  7. Higher Health Premiums: Just Wait!
  8. Is Your Pension a Target?
  9. Uncle Sam’s Antiques Roadshow
  10. Bulletproofing Your Health Plan
  11. Big Career Changes Coming at You
  12. More TSP Investment Options?
  13. Super Investment for Office Elders
  14. The Perils of 2010
  15. Your Investments: Are We There Yet?
  16. Taxing Your Health Premiums
  17. Health Care Reform: Include Me Out!
  18. Life After NSPS: A GS 14, Step 15?
  19. 2011 Pay Raise, The Magic Number Is…
  20. Military TSPs: Small Perk, Big Return?

…and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. President to order pay freeze
  2. What the State of the Union means for feds
  3. Feds win reprieve from healthcare excise tax
  4. Problems Accessing FederalNewsRadio.com Content
  5. TSP Snapshot: Your money, working hard
  6. OMB investigated for intimidating OPM
  7. Work on Army BRAC project proceeds, despite local concerns
  8. Coast Guard HQ at St. Elizabeths gets full speed ahead
  9. Protest of TSA IT contract sustained
  10. OMB to give agencies plan to modernize services
  11. Contractor Crackdown: tax cheats targeted by White House
  12. OPM relaunches jobs website
  13. Agency Instability: GSA begins to feel toll of not having permanent leader
  14. CyberMaryland seeks federal jobs from cybersecurity push
  15. DISA wants collaboration marbled through enterprise
  16. Intimidation investigation expedited at OMB
  17. Army to test enterprise e-mail for all of DoD
  18. VA touts success of electronic medical records pilot
  19. Analysis: Northrop Grumman follows the money to D.C.
  20. OPM proposes changes to management of personnel files
  21. HHS is one step closer to universal, electronic health record
  22. DHS deciding on future of SBInet
  23. Exec. order breaks new ground in declassification
  24. OPM to get help digitizing personnel records
  25. DISA listens to customers to create new offering
  26. More vendors gaining relief from protests
  27. Nuclear Security Administration goes thin and green
  28. New report: Presidential transition flawed
  29. Senate: Con artists are using stimulus scams to fleece citizens
  30. Analysis: Cracking down on contracting cheats
  31. ODNI’s Ron Sanders leaves proud legacy, part 2
  32. Privacy not taking back seat to security, cyberchief says
  33. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  34. What’s next for Open Government Initiative
  35. OPM lets agencies collect donations for Haiti
  36. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  37. DHS to hire help to promote cybersecurity awareness
  38. Report: Presidential transition flawed, changes needed
  39. GAO sees more bid protests in 2009
  40. Schmidt answers doubters as cyber czar
  41. NIAC tries to understand resilience and homeland security
  42. Terrorist watch list improvements a matter of standardization
  43. Acquisition Solutions buys consulting firm
  44. Transparency grades clearly lacking
  45. Federal News Radio Reports
  46. House to vote on GAO improvement bill
  47. Agencies going green and saving green
  48. Attempted terrorist attack shows continued holes in information sharing
  49. Agencies recycle, reuse 16 million pounds of electronics
  50. Congress tells agencies to check creditworthiness of employees

Written by cdorobek

February 1, 2010 at 7:57 AM

DorobekInsider: Most read for January 17-23, 2010 – Gardner to NASA Goddard, TSP, and Causey

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The most read stories from the week of January 17-23, 2010… on the DorobekInsider.com, on the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, for Mike Causey, and for FederalNewsRadio.com…

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: NASA scores Gardner as the new Goddard CIO
  2. DorobekInsider: What’s behind the GSA leadership vacancy — the NewsChannel 8 liner notes
  3. DorobekInsider poll: Grade President Obama’s first year — from a insider’s perspec
  4. The DorobekInsider Reader: Martin Luther King Jr.
  5. DorobekInsider: Most read for January 10-16, 2010 – Germain, TSP, and Causey
  6. DorobekInsider: New GSA deputy administrator is finally official — Susan Brita to start Feb. 2
  7. DorobekInsider: Energy Department CIO to retire after 45 years of public service
  8. DorobekInsider: GSA chief of staff Germain steps down, no replacement named
  9. DorobekInsider: White House names Leeds as GSA’s new acting administrator
  10. DorobekInsider: Germain to lead NAPA’s Collaboration Project, while NAPA’s Munz joins GS
  11. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  12. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star f
  13. The DorobekInsider on Gov 2.0 Radio podcast Sunday – the liner notes
  14. DorobekInsider: Meet “the good bureaucrat” — Dwight Ink
  15. DorobekInsider: What are the top government stories of the week?
  16. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: USDA undertakes extensive management reorg – downgrading the CIO, CF
  17. DorobekInsider: Rumoring around the halls of GSA — playing GSA musical chairs
  18. DorobekInsider: Kempf named deputy for GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service
  19. DorobekInsider: What you read in December 2009 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, Causey, and Fed
  20. DorobekInsider: More GSA FAS shifts — King to retire, Ghiloni shifts, and FAS SES regional com
  21. The DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 on dashboards — and the Kiviat graph
  22. DorobekInsider: UPDATED – Grams to join VA as principal deputy assistant secretary for managem
  23. DorobekInsider: USDA gets early out approval from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  24. DorobekInsider: NASA names Linda Cureton as the new NASA CIO
  25. DorobekInsider: USDA gets push back on massive management reorg, GovExec reports; USDA remains silen

from the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. Congress will debate TSP contributions this session
  2. Michael Brown: how to learn from Haiti
  3. Conficker worm alive and well
  4. Congress, health care proposals and your benefits
  5. Symantec: Be careful where you donate money for Haiti
  6. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  7. Agencies look at lessons learned from H1N1 employee absences in 2008
  8. McAfee helps companies respond to Operation Aurora
  9. Survey: Government market good for contractors now
  10. Now a good time to review where your money is in the TSP
  11. Friday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  12. Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  13. Smithsonian remembers Martin Luther King, Jr.
  14. Thursday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  15. Jim Leto, CEO of GTSI, announces retirement
  16. Two big RFP’s on the way from the Army
  17. Collaborative tools help rescue workers in Haiti
  18. How a proper risk management plan could help your agency
  19. All TSP funds see gains in 2009
  20. When good leaders are bad at strategy
  21. State Department strives for global Internet freedom
  22. OPM prepares for relaunch of USAJobs.gov
  23. New app from Sunlight Foundation tracks Congress for you
  24. Operation Aurora causing many to question cybersecurity measures
  25. Your Turn preview: How big is your TSP?
  26. Open source platform assisting in Haiti
  27. How to be a ‘good bureaucrat’
  28. POGO: Contracting executive order a positive step
  29. Google wants to remain in China, despite attack
  30. Report suggests mentality on information sharing should change
  31. Unconference participants develop tools to help Haitians
  32. GAO: DoD needs to improve fiscal management
  33. New cyber coordinator has hands full
  34. NARA talks about lessons learned from lost PII incident
  35. HHS assisting USAID in quake response
  36. TSP funds see slow but steady gains in 2009
  37. Dr. Ron Sanders to leave Intelligence Community
  38. How Web 2.0 tools help victims of Hatian quake
  39. USDA, Navy sign MOU on alternative fuel development
  40. Will GSA administrator nominee Martha Johnson ever be confirmed?
  41. Nortel Government Solutions is now Avaya Government Solutions
  42. Examining Obama’s performance management agenda
  43. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  44. ‘Next of Kin Registry’ helping victims, rescue workers in Haiti
  45. NOAA Satellite Technology
  46. Senior Medicare Patrol works to prevent Medicare fraud
  47. Federal agencies face challenges responding to Haitian earthquake
  48. Evaluating the Obama administration one year in

…for Mike Causey’s Federal Report

  1. Retirees $250 Tax Credit
  2. Higher Health Premiums: Just Wait!
  3. More TSP Investment Options?
  4. Taxing Your Health Premiums
  5. Military TSPs: Small Perk, Big Return?
  6. Not Just Another Holiday
  7. 2011 Pay Raise Poker Chip
  8. TSP Balances: Size Counts
  9. Super Investment for Office Elders
  10. Health Care Reform: Include Me Out!
  11. COLA Consolation: Bribe or Blessing?
  12. Big Career Changes Coming at You
  13. Annual/Sick Leave Into TSP Dollars?
  14. East Coast, West Coast Pay Spread
  15. How To Hit The 2010 Retirement Trifecta
  16. Your 2010 Lucky Numbers

and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. Feds win reprieve from healthcare excise tax
  2. Contractor Crackdown: tax cheats targeted by White House
  3. Army to test enterprise e-mail for all of DoD
  4. OPM proposes changes to management of personnel files
  5. Intimidation investigation expedited at OMB
  6. Protest of TSA IT contract sustained
  7. DISA listens to customers to create new offering
  8. DHS deciding on future of SBInet
  9. Analysis: Cracking down on contracting cheats
  10. ODNI’s Ron Sanders leaves proud legacy, part 2
  11. OPM lets agencies collect donations for Haiti
  12. OMB to give agencies plan to modernize services
  13. Transparency grades clearly lacking
  14. NASA, energy, R&D top House committee’s to do list this session
  15. TSP Snapshot: Your money, working hard
  16. Agencies are patching holes in national security
  17. Senate: Con artists are using stimulus scams to fleece citizens
  18. Work on Army BRAC project proceeds, despite local concerns
  19. OMB investigated for intimidating OPM
  20. Federal News Radio Reports
  21. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  22. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  23. OGIS: New FOIA dispute agency begins to grow
  24. Problems with business systems could cost vendors
  25. Congress tells agencies to check creditworthiness of employees
  26. EXCLUSIVE: OMB guidance sets technology tone for 2010, beyond
  27. At the VA, a new CIO reports progress on IT management
  28. GSA riding to the rescue of agencies on Open Government
  29. White House cuts federal pay raise
  30. Agency Instability: GSA begins to feel toll of not having permanent leader
  31. CyberMaryland seeks federal jobs from cybersecurity push
  32. Coast Guard HQ at St. Elizabeths gets full speed ahead
  33. OMB wants to change the tone of management
  34. VA touts success of electronic medical records pilot
  35. Grassley: Pursuing federal contractor tax deadbeats a matter of ‘fairness’
  36. DoD makes it official: FCS is cancelled
  37. DISA wants collaboration marbled through enterprise
  38. Salary Council suggests locality pay increase for 2011
  39. NIAC tries to understand resilience and homeland security
  40. Agency Instability: GSA nominee remains in limbo
  41. Update on Problems Accessing FederalNewsRadio.com
  42. TSA picks CSC to run its technology infrastructure
  43. Analysis: What OPM’s Berry is doing right in Pay for Performance
  44. Analysis: Northrop Grumman follows the money to D.C.
  45. Transition out of NSPS begins
  46. NARA expands credit monitoring services for March data breach
  47. NMCI to NGEN = 43 months Navy says
  48. 2010 Census to get a cold start in late January
  49. Contractor integrity, performance to face higher level of scrutiny
  50. NASA issues first RFP under I3P program

Written by cdorobek

January 24, 2010 at 8:44 AM

DorobekInsider: Most read for January 10-16, 2010 – Germain, TSP, and Causey

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The most read stories from the week of January 10-16, 2010… on the DorobekInsider.com, on the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, for Mike Causey, and for FederalNewsRadio.com…

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. DorobekInsider: GSA chief of staff Germain steps down, no replacement named
  2. DorobekInsider: Germain to lead NAPA’s Collaboration Project, while NAPA’s Munz joins GSA
  3. DorobekInsider poll: What gov buzzwords should be retired in 2010?
  4. DorobekInsider: Kempf named deputy for GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service
  5. DorobekInsider: What you read Jan. 3-9 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, and FederalNewsRadio.com
  6. DorobekInsider: White House names Leeds as GSA’s new acting administrator
  7. DorobekInsider: Welcome 2010 – what you may have missed while we were away
  8. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  9. DorobekInsider: My “dinner” with the President
  10. DorobekInsider: Meet “the good bureaucrat” — Dwight Ink
  11. DorobekInsider: What you read in December 2009 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, Causey, and Fed
  12. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on the DorobekInsider
  13. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: USDA undertakes extensive management reorg – downgrading the CIO, CF
  14. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star f
  15. DorobekInsider: USDA gets approval for employee buy outs from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  16. DorobekInsider: What are the top government stories of the week?

from the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. Now a good time to review where your money is in the TSP
  2. OPM prepares for relaunch of USAJobs.gov
  3. Your Turn preview: How big is your TSP?
  4. All TSP funds see gains in 2009
  5. The best and worst jobs of 2010
  6. Conficker worm alive and well
  7. How to be a ‘good bureaucrat’ — see photos of Dwight Ink with presidents through the years on the DorobekInsider
  8. Federal agencies face challenges responding to Haitian earthquake
  9. NARA talks about lessons learned from lost PII incident
  10. TSP Snapshot: Your money is working hard for you
  11. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  12. GAO: DoD needs to improve fiscal management
  13. FCC launches Reboot to create 2.0 Web site
  14. Report suggests mentality on information sharing should change
  15. Agencies look at lessons learned from H1N1 employee absences in 2008
  16. Friday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  17. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  18. How a proper risk management plan could help your agency
  19. How Web 2.0 tools help victims of Hatian quake
  20. New app from Sunlight Foundation tracks Congress for you
  21. U.S. needs plan for state-sponsored cyberattacks
  22. What the Pentagon really fears when it comes to cybersecurity
  23. China’s most popular search engine targeted
  24. TSP funds see slow but steady gains in 2009
  25. Examining a controversial BRAC project in Va.
  26. GSA’s lack of leadership frustrating many
  27. NARA recently featured on Jeopardy!
  28. Cyber Maryland Summit held at NIST
  29. Will GSA administrator nominee Martha Johnson ever be confirmed?
  30. Bonasaro hints Senior Executive Service might be in trouble
  31. Gathering resources, lessons learned to prevent troop suicides
  32. Stories of the Decade: TSP sees many positive changes
  33. Report suggests mentality on infomation sharing should change
  34. Update: TSP’s Roth option
  35. Senior Medicare Patrol works to prevent Medicare fraud
  36. Daily Debrief Reports: No required minimum distributions for your TSP in 2010?
  37. TSP’s Trabucco: Thrift Savings Plan posts strong results in November
  38. Participants borrow less from their TSP accounts
  39. GSA’s Tyree Varnado reflects on 39 years of government service
  40. Pentagon working to deal with drone data
  41. Australia says Gov 2.0 Taskforce a success, shares best practices
  42. Obama: Current approach to technology unacceptable
  43. Stories of the Decade: Information sharing and cybersecurity
  44. USAF CIO: cyber command and nuclear command decisions weren’t related
  45. Will House healthcare bill affect the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program?
  46. Friday Fun Day
  47. Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  48. Nortel Government Solutions is now Avaya Government Solutions
  49. What 2010 might bring: A Your Turn preview

…for Mike Causey’s Federal Report

  1. 2011 Pay Raise Poker Chip
  2. TSP Balances: Size Counts
  3. Retirees $250 Tax Credit
  4. Super Investment for Office Elders
  5. Health Care Reform: Include Me Out!
  6. The Perils of 2010
  7. Your 2010 Lucky Numbers
  8. Big Career Changes Coming at You
  9. Annual/Sick Leave Into TSP Dollars?
  10. Your Investments: Are We There Yet?

… and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. Problems Accessing FederalNewsRadio.com Content
  2. TSP Snapshot: Your money, working hard
  3. OMB investigated for intimidating OPM
  4. Work on Army BRAC project proceeds, despite local concerns
  5. OMB to give agencies plan to modernize services
  6. Agency Instability: GSA begins to feel toll of not having permanent leader
  7. CyberMaryland seeks federal jobs from cybersecurity push
  8. New report: Presidential transition flawed
  9. DISA wants collaboration marbled through enterprise
  10. Coast Guard HQ at St. Elizabeths gets full speed ahead
  11. Report: Presidential transition flawed, changes needed
  12. Acquisition Solutions buys consulting firm
  13. House to vote on GAO improvement bill
  14. NIAC tries to understand resilience and homeland security
  15. Congress tells agencies to check creditworthiness of employees
  16. Senate: Con artists are using stimulus scams to fleece citizens
  17. Agency Instability: GSA nominee remains in limbo
  18. OGIS: New FOIA dispute agency begins to grow
  19. Problems with business systems could cost vendors
  20. VA touts success of electronic medical records pilot
  21. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  22. HHS is one step closer to universal, electronic health record
  23. Federal News Radio Reports
  24. Analysis: Northrop Grumman follows the money to D.C.
  25. OGIS: Starting small, but growing
  26. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  27. EXCLUSIVE: OMB guidance sets technology tone for 2010, beyond
  28. OMB wants to change the tone of management
  29. DoD makes it official: FCS is cancelled
  30. DHS marks new milestone with St. E’s campus groundbreaking
  31. Salary Council suggests locality pay increase for 2011
  32. OMB, NIST release draft of new FISMA metrics
  33. White House cuts federal pay raise
  34. DHS to hire help to promote cybersecurity awareness
  35. CBP wants company to analyze traffic at ports of entry
  36. The end for NSPS?
  37. Senate committee increases civilian pay raise to 2.9 percent for 2010
  38. Nuclear Security Administration goes thin and green
  39. DoD makes NSPS pay raise equal to GS employees
  40. DoD memo mandates cybersecurity reciprocity
  41. More Info: President changes how terror information is handled
  42. GSA, DHS issue RFI for next set of cyber tools
  43. NASA issues first RFP under I3P program
  44. Transition out of NSPS begins
  45. NASA’s Nebula cloud begins hosting USASpending.gov today
  46. NARA expands credit monitoring services for March data breach
  47. NMCI to NGEN = 43 months Navy says
  48. DISA to decide on future of DKO
  49. DHS expands use of TSA’s IdeaFactory department-wide
  50. DHS renews SBINet contract with Boeing despite shortcomings

Written by cdorobek

January 17, 2010 at 10:11 AM

DorobekInsider: What you read Jan. 3-9 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, and FederalNewsRadio.com

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The most read stories from the week of Jan 3-9, 2010…

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. DorobekInsider: My “dinner” with the President
  2. DorobekInsider: GSA chief of staff Germain steps down, no replacement named
  3. DorobekInsider: Germain to lead NAPA’s Collaboration Project, while NAPA’s Munz joins GS
  4. DorobekInsider: Welcome 2010 – what you may have missed while we were away
  5. DorobekInsider poll: What gov buzzwords should be retired in 2010?
  6. DorobekInsider: White House names Leeds as GSA’s new acting administrator
  7. DorobekInsider: Godspeed Nick DeCarlo
  8. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star f
  9. DorobekInsider: What you read in December 2009 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, Causey, and Fed
  10. DorobekInsider: Kempf named deputy for GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service
  11. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on The Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morri
  12. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  13. DorobekInsider: Government 2.0 from down under — the final report of the Government 2.0 Task F
  14. DorobekInsider: Remembering Officer Stephen Tyrone Johns
  15. DorobekInsider: More GSA FAS shifts — King to retire, Ghiloni shifts, and FAS SES regional com
  16. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: USDA undertakes extensive management reorg – downgrading the CIO, CF
  17. DorobekInsider: BREAKING NEWS — Sens. Collins, McCaskill, Bennett introduce acquisition workfo
  18. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on FederalNewsRadio.com
  19. DorobekInsider: DorobekInsider: What you read in December 2009 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief,
  20. DorobekInsider: GSA names Danielle Germain as chief of staff
  21. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on the DorobekInsider
  22. DorobekInsider: Rumoring around the halls of GSA — playing GSA musical chairs
  23. DorobekInsider: USDA gets early out approval from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  24. DorobekInsider: USDA gets approval for employee buy outs from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  25. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Tyree Varnado to retire
  26. DorobekInsider: USDA officials offer more details on management reorganization
  27. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009: Mike Causey edition
  28. DorobekInsider: Changes within the VA IT shop
  29. DorobekInsider: OPM’s Berry reorganizes giving the CIO a more prominent role
  30. The DorobekInsider reader: Howard Schmidt as cybersecurity coordinator
  31. DorobekInsider: The Better Buy Project — the liner notes

… from the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. All TSP funds see gains in 2009
  2. Bonasaro hints Senior Executive Service might be in trouble
  3. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  4. OPM prepares for relaunch of USAJobs.gov
  5. Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  6. TSP funds see slow but steady gains in 2009
  7. 2009: The best year for federal employees yet?
  8. TSP Snapshot: Your money is working hard for you
  9. What 2010 might bring: A Your Turn preview
  10. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  11. Colleges adding cybersecurity to curricula
  12. Australia says Gov 2.0 Taskforce a success, shares best practices
  13. Senior Medicare Patrol works to prevent Medicare fraud
  14. Sen. Reid’s amendment would shield FEHB from public option
  15. DHS, Michigan launch unique cybersecurity partnership
  16. National Nuclear Security Administration moves into 21st century
  17. Stories of the Decade: TSP sees many positive changes
  18. How your Thrift Savings Plan has changed over the past decade
  19. The best and worst jobs of 2010
  20. TSP continues success; memo details participant behavior
  21. Researcher show that most of world’s cell phones at risk for hack
  22. Stories of the Decade: Information sharing and cybersecurity
  23. Update: TSP’s Roth option
  24. Participants borrow less from their TSP accounts
  25. Attempted bombing now confirmed as al Qaeda attack
  26. What the Pentagon really fears when it comes to cybersecurity
  27. Nortel Government Solutions is now Avaya Government Solutions
  28. Details about NSA cyberattack during Bush administration revealed
  29. Daily Debrief Reports: No required minimum distributions for your TSP in 2010?
  30. CrimeReports uses 2.0 technology to keep communities safe
  31. Lawmakers continue to discuss turning unused sick leave into TSP dollars
  32. TSP’s Trabucco: Thrift Savings Plan posts strong results in November
  33. Coming up on Your Turn: A personal Open Season?
  34. Postal Service’s National Reassessment Process
  35. GSA’s Tyree Varnado reflects on 39 years of government service
  36. U.S. Coast Guard HQ approved by National Capital Planning Commission
  37. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey mulls over 2009
  38. Agencies updating terrorism watchlist procedures
  39. Networked strategy could help government better connect dots
  40. Researchers: Cell phone security algorithm could be easily hacked
  41. Unisys predicts increased focus on biometrics, data protection in 2010
  42. Making sure Gov 2.0 is Section 508 compliant
  43. Who has the most challenging cybersecurity job in the government?
  44. DDOT’s Twitter use keeps department ahead of blizzard cleanup
  45. Analysis: Cybersecurity Coordinator faces many challenges, opportunities
  46. The new Office of Government Information Services
  47. Stories of the Decade: For Microsoft, FDCC made a big difference
  48. DISA rolling out plug-and-play option for desktop tools
  49. NIST competition for new secure algorithm now in second round

… and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. Coast Guard HQ at St. Elizabeths gets full speed ahead
  2. Analysis: Northrop Grumman follows the money to D.C.
  3. HHS is one step closer to universal, electronic health record
  4. VA touts success of electronic medical records pilot
  5. DISA wants collaboration marbled through enterprise
  6. Nuclear Security Administration goes thin and green
  7. DHS to hire help to promote cybersecurity awareness
  8. Terrorist watch list improvements a matter of standardization
  9. CBP wants company to analyze traffic at ports of entry
  10. OMB Watch recaps the year in open government
  11. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  12. NARA expands credit monitoring services for March data breach
  13. DHS marks new milestone with St. E’s campus groundbreaking
  14. Army to test new personnel system at Aberdeen lab
  15. New policies on the way to better secure House lawmakers’ computers
  16. Problems Accessing FederalNewsRadio.com Content
  17. White House issues order for new way of classifying documents
  18. Intelligence Community plans workforce of the future
  19. Attempted terrorist attack shows continued holes in information sharing
  20. Federal labor unions push back against senator’s TSA ‘hold’
  21. OMBWatch recaps the year in open government
  22. White House cuts federal pay raise
  23. Senate: Con artists are using stimulus scams to fleece citizens
  24. Salary Council suggests locality pay increase for 2011
  25. Agencies struggling in applying 508 standards to Web 2.0 tools
  26. EXCLUSIVE: OMB guidance sets technology tone for 2010, beyond
  27. President faces New Year’s Eve deadline on classified documents
  28. Congress tells agencies to check creditworthiness of employees
  29. Federal government closed Monday due to snow
  30. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  31. Federal News Radio Reports
  32. OPM says safety is paramount in government closure decisions
  33. DoD makes NSPS pay raise equal to GS employees
  34. DoD makes it official: FCS is cancelled
  35. St. Elizabeth campus not big enough for DHS
  36. More Info: President changes how terror information is handled
  37. Agencies open under unscheduled leave policy on Tuesday
  38. With Schmidt in place, who’s his deputy?
  39. House passes omnibus spending bill with pay raise, agency funding
  40. The end for NSPS?
  41. OPM Director John Berry chats with Mike Causey
  42. Analysis: No easy answers for a lawmaker’s contactor inquiry
  43. OMB, NIST release draft of new FISMA metrics
  44. Report highlights problems in Senior Executive Service
  45. Transition out of NSPS begins
  46. NIST director striving for optimization of labs
  47. GSA, DHS issue RFI for next set of cyber tools
  48. Senate committee increases civilian pay raise to 2.9 percent for 2010
  49. Army implements new BCT modernization quickly after FCS
  50. DHS expands use of TSA’s IdeaFactory department-wide

Written by cdorobek

January 10, 2010 at 11:04 AM

DorobekInsider: What you read in December 2009 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, Causey, and FederalNewsRadio.com

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After spending the week looking at what you read across FederalNewsRadio.com’s Web sites in the past year…
Previous ‘most read in 2009:
* The DorobekInsider edition
* Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris
* Mike Causey edition
* FederalNewsRadio.com edition
* The Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Jane Norris
* In Depth with Francis Rose edition

… today, what you read in December 2009 — the last month of the year… and for the monthly review, I’ve added what you read on Mike Causey’s Federal Report…

But first up…

The most read stories from December 2009…

from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. DorobekInsider: BREAKING NEWS — Sens. Collins, McCaskill, Bennett introduce acquisition workfo
  2. DorobekInsider: White House names Leeds as GSA’s new acting administrator
  3. DorobekInsider: USDA gets approval for employee buy outs from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  4. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: USDA undertakes extensive management reorg – downgrading the CIO, CF
  5. DorobekInsider: More GSA FAS shifts — King to retire, Ghiloni shifts, and FAS SES regional com
  6. DorobekInsider: The buzz of the Input holiday party 2009
  7. DorobekInsider: Rumoring around the halls of GSA — playing GSA musical chairs
  8. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009: Mike Causey edition
  9. DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 tonight talking about the war on “social networking
  10. DorobekInsider: Lieberman, Collins want Networx delay answers
  11. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Tyree Varnado to retire
  12. DorobekInsider: What you read 11.28 through 12.05 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, and FederalN
  13. DorobekInsider: The liner notes: Why blog — or Web 2.0 — anyway?
  14. DorobekInsider: The Better Buy Project — the liner notes
  15. DorobekInsider: USDA gets early out approval from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  16. The DorobekInsider reader: Howard Schmidt as cybersecurity coordinator
  17. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  18. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star finds out
  19. DorobekInsider: Stories of the Decade: Looking at the changing government marketplace
  20. DorobekInsider: USDA gets push back on massive management reorg, GovExec reports; USDA remains silen
  21. DorobekInsider: NYT covers concern over Scientology’s buy of Governing
  22. DorobekInsider: USDA officials offer more details on management reorganization
  23. DorobekInsider: Government 2.0 from down under — the final report of the Government 2.0 Task Force
  24. DorobekInsider: Changes within the VA IT shop
  25. DorobekInsider: Godspeed Nick DeCarlo

from the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. 2009: The best year for federal employees yet?
  2. How your Thrift Savings Plan has changed over the past decade
  3. TSP funds see slow but steady gains in 2009
  4. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  5. TSP’s Trabucco: Thrift Savings Plan posts strong results in November
  6. Postal Service’s National Reassessment Process
  7. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  8. Stories of the Decade: TSP sees many positive changes
  9. Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  10. TSP Snapshot Snippet: Economic recovery, improved TSP?
  11. Coming up on Your Turn: A personal Open Season?
  12. Open Season is ending, prepare to get the details on Your Turn
  13. Nortel Government Solutions is now Avaya Government Solutions
  14. ‘Citizen 2.0’ influence coming to your agency by 2012
  15. GSA’s Tyree Varnado reflects on 39 years of government service
  16. Stories of the Decade: 10 years of missed opportunities for the CIO
  17. Agencies sued for policy documents on 2.0 information collection
  18. Friday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  19. Plan to listen to Your Turn on Wednesday for Open Season advice
  20. Stories of the Decade: How 9/11 changed the public’s perception of federal employees
  21. Tom Davis: ‘Mindset has changed markedly’ on procurement
  22. DoD begins gathering data per Open Government Initiative
  23. Sen. Reid’s amendment would shield FEHB from public option
  24. Does having a security clearance mean you have to give up those Web 2.0 tools?
  25. Labor Department launches Web challenge seeking best practices
  26. DHS, Michigan launch unique cybersecurity partnership
  27. DDOT’s Twitter use keeps department ahead of blizzard cleanup
  28. The new Office of Government Information Services
  29. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey mulls over 2009
  30. Public ranks government healthcare Web sites high in new report
  31. Analysis: Cybersecurity Coordinator faces many challenges, opportunities
  32. DHS, Michigan launch cybersecurity partnership EINSTEIN-ONE
  33. Great American Hackathon a success for ‘positive hacking’
  34. FEMA director says agency tackles more than just hurricanes
  35. The future of transparency and how to successfully develop trust
  36. Using Web 2.0 tools the correct way to accomplish your agency mission
  37. Unisys predicts increased focus on biometrics, data protection in 2010
  38. Will House healthcare bill affect the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program?
  39. Stories of the Decade: For Microsoft, FDCC made a big difference
  40. FireEye partners with In-Q-Tel to secure Intelligence Community
  41. Stories of the Decade: Karen Evans looks back — and forward
  42. NTEU president talks about Labor-Management forums; pay raise
  43. Participants borrow less from their TSP accounts
  44. GAO: Parts of USPS Intelligent Mail program running behind schedule
  45. Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator describes goals
  46. How Web 2.0 and Gov 2.0 have changed the business of government
  47. How 9/11 changed the public’s perception of federal employees
  48. Decade of disasters, war changed government contracting
  49. Stories of the Decade: Mobile technology changing the business of government

from Mike Causey’s Federal Report

  1. Bonus Christmas Holiday
  2. Your 2010 Pay Raise: Go Figure
  3. 2 Per Cent Raise, but Which 2 Percent?
  4. Great Year For Feds…So Far
  5. FEHBP Premiums: Only Half The Story
  6. Flat Line Pay Raise
  7. Losing a Lifetime Benefit
  8. Taxing Your Health Premiums
  9. Health Plans: The Usual Suspects, except…
  10. Marriage, Divorce, Birth, Death
  11. FSA Tax Break in Trouble?
  12. Half-A-Loaf-Holiday
  13. The High Price of Doing Nothing
  14. Bonus Holiday: Part Deux
  15. Take This Job and Shovel It

and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. Federal government closed Monday due to snow from the big DC snowstorm from a few weeks ago
  2. Congress tells agencies to check creditworthiness of employees
  3. Agencies open under unscheduled leave policy on Tuesday
  4. Open Season resource: All you need to know before Monday
  5. House passes omnibus spending bill with pay raise, agency funding
  6. Almost three quarters of all feds have HSPD-12 cards
  7. White House cuts federal pay raise
  8. OPM says safety is paramount in government closure decisions
  9. TSP Snapshot: Up, up and away in November
  10. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  11. Recovery.gov and Ed DeSeve v. Stephen Colbert
  12. Idea to reuse medication at VA hospitals wins SAVE Award
  13. Army to test new personnel system at Aberdeen lab
  14. White House issues order for new way of classifying documents
  15. President faces New Year’s Eve deadline on classified documents
  16. Open government initiative puts agencies on the clock
  17. With Schmidt in place, who’s his deputy?
  18. OMB, NIST release draft of new FISMA metrics
  19. EXCLUSIVE: OMB guidance sets technology tone for 2010, beyond
  20. Agencies struggling in applying 508 standards to Web 2.0 tools
  21. Admin. Babbitt: Human error, not technology, behind November FAA outage
  22. At the VA, a new CIO reports progress on IT management
  23. DHS slows pace to add more oversight
  24. DHS continues effort to right-size management structure
  25. Sen. Voinovich puts hold on key DHS nominee
  26. Salary Council suggests locality pay increase for 2011
  27. White House puts SAVE Awards cost-cutting ideas to vote
  28. 2010 Census to get a cold start in late January
  29. VA to implement SAVE award winner’s idea over the next year.
  30. Sens. Akaka, Voinovich call for new security clearance oversight council
  31. NASA issues first RFP under I3P program
  32. Who is in charge at the new Walter Reed?
  33. For telework and COOP, GSA leads the way
  34. USDA’s major reorg driven by focus on performance, results
  35. New policies on the way to better secure House lawmakers’ computers
  36. GSA inks deal with four vendors for geospatial services
  37. NRC inks new contract, includes improved worker benefits
  38. GSA, DHS issue RFI for next set of cyber tools
  39. New DoD CIO still unknown, but role will not change
  40. National Archives closed on Saturday
  41. Executive Order creates labor-management forums
  42. Smithsonian’s new Zoo director highlights a tough week
  43. Snow Day for Federal Agencies
  44. Thumbs up on cybersecurity coordinator, OGIS, open government efforts
  45. Federal labor unions push back against senator’s TSA ‘hold’
  46. NSPS another step closer to ending; FERS ‘flu’ cure a “done deal”
  47. GSA CFO celebrates another ‘clean audit opinion’
  48. VA issues draft RFP for new IT hardware, software contract
  49. Architect notes small, big steps to a greener U.S. Capitol

Written by cdorobek

January 4, 2010 at 8:38 AM

DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on the DorobekInsider

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I have been (slowly) pulling together the most read items from the different programs on Federal News Radio 1500 AM over the past 12 months.

Previous ‘most read in 2009:
* Mike Causey edition
* In Depth with Francis Rose edition
* FederalNewsRadio.com edition
* The Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Jane Norris edition
* Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris edition

Today:
* Most read for 2009 on The DorobekInsider

  1. DorobekInsider EXCLUSIVE: USDA undertakes extensive management reorg – downgrading the CIO, CFO
  2. DorobekInsider: The buzz of federal government IT: Two scorching IG report on VA IT… sex, lies — but not video tape
  3. Ed DeSeve to join the Obama administration
  4. DHS director of the National Cybersecurity Center resigns
  5. DorobekInsider: What’s behind the cyber-czar Hathaway resignation? And why is this post so dif
  6. DorobekInsider: USDA officials offer more details on management reorganization
  7. DorobekInsider: OPM’s Berry reorganizes giving the CIO a more prominent role
  8. DorobekInsider: NASA names Linda Cureton as the new NASA CIO
  9. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star finds out
  10. Another big merger: Deloitte buys struggling BearingPoint
  11. DorobekInsider: BREAKING NEWS — Sens. Collins, McCaskill, Bennett introduce acquisition workforce bills
  12. The DorobekInsider Reader: National Security Personnel System recommendations
  13. DorobekInsider: USDA gets approval for employee buy outs from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  14. DorobekInsider: The era of e-mail is over — or ending, the WJS says — and we are terrifiied
  15. DorobekInsider: What happened in the federal government when we were away on vacation
  16. DorobekInsider: Obama expected to nominate GAO’s Gordon to OFPP post — soon
  17. DorobekInsider: Robertson to be named to head GSA’s OGP and CAO
  18. DorobekInsider: White House names Leeds as GSA’s new acting administrator
  19. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  20. DorobekInsider: USDA gets push back on massive management reorg, GovExec reports; USDA remains silen
  21. DorobekInsider: What are the most annoying buzz words?
  22. DorobekInsider: The era of social media is over – long live collaboration tools
  23. DorobekInsider: UPDATE – Grams to join VA as principal deputy assistant secretary for manageme
  24. DorobekInsider: GSA names Dave McClure to lead the Office of Citizen Services
  25. DorobekInsider: ODNI response to its decision to shut down Intellipedia’s uGov Web based e-mai
  26. DorobekInsider: Gov 2.0 moves beyond ’social media’ — and why it’s more than semantics
  27. DorobekInsider: Changes within the VA IT shop
  28. Congratulations on the wedding of Bob Suda and Joanne Connelly
  29. FOSE week: Causey on benefits… Web 2.0 and intel… and my panel: Goverment 2.0: Evolution or revolution
  30. DorobekInsider: Former USDA CIO Chistopherson lands at SAP, former Food and Drug acting CIO Chapman
  31. DorobekInsider: GSA’s O’Hare to replace Johnson as ITS Assistant Commissioner
  32. DorobekInsider: Intel on the government 2.0 front lines – and a new report assessing A-Space
  33. DorobekInsider: The real story behind the Recovery.gov contract: The need for govt contracting transparency
  34. DorobekInsider: The new TSA CIO — Emma Garrison-Alexander
  35. DorobekInsider: The VA IG reports — what are the next steps? We ask government IT veterans
  36. DorobekInsider.com: Breaking news: NAPA’s DiGiammarino to join the Obama administration
  37. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Mike Sade, formerly with Commerce, quietly retires
  38. DorobekInsider: GSA names Danielle Germain as chief of staff
  39. DorobekInsider.com: The White House makes it official: Johnson nominated to be GSA administrator
  40. DorobekInsider: And it’s official — Gordon nominated to OFPP post
  41. DorobekInsider: GSA administrator nominee watch — developments on the Kansas City federal cent
  42. DorobekInsider: One part of the intel collaboration suite gets nixed, sparking protests — and
  43. DorobekInsider: 1105 Media cuts pay 20 percent — temporarily
  44. DorobekInsider: Recovery.gov contractor Smartronix speaks — in a statement
  45. DorobekInsider: Another GovDelivery/GovLoop hiring coup: Andrew Krzmarzick — and passes 20K me
  46. DorobekInsider: I’m back from a bout with the flu… and government flu resources
  47. DorobekInsider: CIO Council publishes gov 2.0 guidance
  48. DorobekInsider: Leadership or management — that is the question?
  49. DorobekInsider: Learning more about Transportation Department CIO Nitin Pradham
  50. DorobekInsider: Avaya wins the auction for Nortel Government Solutions, Nortel says
  51. DorobekInsider.com: Martha Johnson to be nominated as GSA administrator soon — maybe today
  52. DorobekInsider: More GSA FAS shifts — King to retire, Ghiloni shifts, and FAS SES regional com
  53. GSA’s John Johnson to announce that he is retiring
  54. My favorite April Fools Day item — so far: Welcome GSA administrator nominee Shatner
  55. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Dorris, Army’s Sorenson, HP’s Hempfield earn AFCEA Bethesda
  56. DorobekInsider: More GSA changes — Leeds as senior counselor and Peck returning at PBS
  57. DorobekInsider: GSA and the Recovery Board release the redacted Recovery.gov contract
  58. DorobekInsider: The buzz of the Input holiday party 2009
  59. DorobekInsider: Dee Lee to join the Professional Services Council
  60. DorobekInsider: Celebrating a Happy (Fiscal) New Year with GovLoop
  61. Former 1105 GovInfo group publisher Evilee Ebb joins TechTarget
  62. DorobekInsider.com: The Obama CTO reader
  63. The DorobekInsider reader: Obama cyber policy review
  64. DorobekInsider: Rumoring around the halls of GSA — playing GSA musical chairs
  65. DorobekInsider: Recovery Board responds to questions — and even posts the Recovery.gov stateme
  66. DorobekInsider: HHS joins the management reorganization bandwagon — but this time, the CIO see
  67. Obama talks government procurement — a broken system, he says
  68. DorobekInsider: Women In Technology – Government Leaders at the Helm: A New Era — the liner notes
  69. DorobekInsider: Management of Change panel: The changing role of the CIO – the liner notes
  70. DorobekInsider: Recovery Board – and Recovery.gov vendor – get pressure on transparency
  71. DorobekInsider: The Recovery Board speaks out on the Recovery.gov contract award
  72. DorobekInsider: New DOT CFO nominee… and a possible DOT CIO nominee
  73. DorobekInsider: CGI Federal scores a coup hiring former EPA CIO Molly O’Neill
  74. GSA’s missed opportunity to be a collaboration leader
  75. DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009: Mike Causey edition
  76. GSA’s Johnson’s message to staff announcing his retirement
  77. 2009 Federal 100 Awards Gala… in Barry-vision
  78. DorobekInsider: NYT covers concern over Scientology’s buy of Governing
  79. DorobekInsider.com: Senate approves Zients as the new chief performance officer
  80. DorobekInsider: The USDA CIO to go to a career person – Chris Smith
  81. DorobekInsider: GovLoop graduates finding a great new home with GovDelivery — what will it mea
  82. DorobekInsider: New hires at Government Executive/NextGov… Sternstein… and Matt Dunie
  83. 2009 Federal 100 Award: Big awards to Molly O’Neill, Brad Boston
  84. DorobekInsider.com: Jerry Williams to take the HUD CIO helm
  85. DorobekInsider.com: Steve Ressler — GovLoop’s 10K man… and counting
  86. DorobekInsider: The hottest ticket in town — Roger Baker speaking at Input
  87. DC snow
  88. DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 tonight talking about the war on “social networking
  89. DorobekInsider: A picture worth almost 1,000 words – Obama and the IT dashboard
  90. DorobekInsider: The GSA Johnson hold update — Bond and Johnson have met
  91. DorobekInsider: 45 VA programs under temporary stop order pending fixes
  92. ACT/IAC Government 2.0 panel: The liner notes — about middle age and centralization
  93. The Kundra announcement held hostage… day… Oh! Who knows… Plus DDM and GSA appo
  94. DorobekInsider: Tracking the Gordon OFPP announcement — how soon is soon?
  95. DorobekInsider: Lieberman, Collins want Networx delay answers
  96. The DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 on dashboards — and the Kiviat graph
  97. DorobekInsider: The Roll Call-CQ marriage announcement
  98. DorobekInsider: Obama’s summer reading list – and autumn’s worthy reads
  99. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Tyree Varnado to retire
  100. DorobekInsider.com: Is the Economist’s CQ marriage official?
  101. DorobekInsider.com: 1105 GovInfo lays off two more… and 1105 looks online
  102. DorobekInsider: Ho-ho-ho… and recognize our troops
  103. DorobekInsider: A positive step for federal workers: Improving the buildings
  104. DorobekInsider: What question would you ask President Obama — Mine: Define “bureaucrat&r
  105. DorobekInsider.com: Team Obama puts out the help wanted sign for Recovery.gov transparency ideas
  106. A big name jumps into the government 2.0 conference space
  107. DorobekInsider: Power IT Down Day – help Mother Earth (and Wounded Warriors) by turning off yo
  108. Federal News Radio 1500 AM Book Club: “What Would Google Do?” coming up on Friday
  109. DorobekInsider to judge Funniest Celebrity in Washington Contest
  110. DorobekInsider: DOD’s developing Web 2.0 policy — and collaborating around security
  111. DorobekInsider.com: The Federal News Radio Book Club — Grown Up Digital by Don Tapscott
  112. DorobekInsider: It’s my birthday, but… you get the gifts
  113. DorobekInsider: The benefits of the federal IT “dashboard” – and the liner notes f
  114. DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 tonight talking the Intellipedia and A-Space — the
  115. DorobekInsider: BREAKING – Government Technology parent buys Governing magazine
  116. DorobekInsider: USDA gets early out approval from OPM as mega-management reorg continues
  117. DorobekInsider: Coming and going – A new DOT CIO (mostly confirmed), Frank Puglese, former SSA
  118. DorobekInsider.com: Friday’s Federal News Radio Book Club – Fired Up or Burned Out &ndas
  119. DorobekInsider: Most read items for the first week of July
  120. The DorobekInsider transparency, openness and data.gov reader
  121. DorobekInsider: Winners of the 7th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards
  122. DorobekInsider: What you read 11.28 through 12.05 on the DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, and FederalN
  123. DorobekInsider: The FCC joins the blogsphere — and Twitter
  124. DorobekInsider: Wolf warns to protect your PDAs — a good reminder. Read the CIO Council’
  125. DorobekInsider.com: The AFCEA Bethesda Kundra speech — did he tell people to go around the CIO
  126. DorobekInsider: 24-hour deal – get Federal News Radio Book Club book Fired Up or Burned Out&he
  127. The DorobekInsider returns… and the most read items for June 2009
  128. DorobekInsider: Cyber-attack 2009 – what does it mean?
  129. DorobekInsider.com: The Bisnow government 2.0 event Monday morning — the liner notes
  130. DorobekInsider: Judging DC’s funniest celebrity… and the winner is…
  131. DorobekInsider: June’s Federal News Radio Book Club book — Fired Up or Burned Out
  132. DorobekInsider: GovExec exec Matt Dunie exits… and media notes
  133. DorobekInsider.com: Is the age of GSA’s GWACs over? GSA says NO
  134. DorobekInsider: GSA names a OGP-CAO leader — and then merges the organizations
  135. Former 1105 GovInfo group publisher Evilee Ebb joins TechTarget
  136. DorobekInsider: The ACT/IAC 30/20 year celebration
  137. DorobekInsider.com: Kundra clears up the ‘go around the CIO’ controversy
  138. DorobekInsider: Godspeed Paul Nolan, husband of AFCEA’s Becky Nolan
  139. DorobekInsider: What you read for the week of Nov. 15-21 on DorobekInsider, Daily Debrief, and Feder
  140. DorobekInsider: The UK government encourages tweeting — and issues Twitter guidance
  141. DorobekInsider: Intel on the gov 2.0 front lines – and a new report assessing A-Space
  142. DorobekInsider: ConnellyWorks scores a coup hiring ACT/IAC’s Kelly Olson
  143. DorobekInsider.com: The Obama transparency initiative – phase III launches today
  144. DorobekInsider: CGI’s official announcement about Molly O’Neill
  145. DorobekInsider.com: GSA FAS changes: Mary Powers-King named acting deputy assistant commissioner
  146. DorobekInsider: UPDATED – Grams to join VA as principal deputy assistant secretary for managem
  147. DorobekInsider.com: Government 2.0 Camp: Meet the organizers
  148. DorobekInsider: Fleshing out the funniest celebrity “charity” controversy

DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on FederalNewsRadio.com

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I have been (slowly) pulling together the most read items from the different programs on Federal News Radio 1500 AM over the past 12 months.

Previous ‘most read in 2009:
* Mike Causey edition
* In Depth with Francis Rose edition

Today… the most read items of 2009::
* FederalNewsRadio.com

Coming up:
* Most read for the year on The Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Jane Norris
* Most read for the year on The Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris
* Most read for the year on The DorobekInsider

But for now, here are the items you read on FederalNewsRadio.com for 2009:

  1. White House cuts federal pay raise
  2. NSPS another step closer to ending; FERS ‘flu’ cure a “done deal”
  3. The end for NSPS?
  4. Some insurance companies leave Federal Employee Health Benefits Plan as Open Season approaches
  5. NSPS one step closer to ending; FERS ‘flu’ might be cured
  6. Feds to pay more for health care under FEHBP
  7. NSPS over and FERS Flu cured, Senate Passes Defense Authorization Bill
  8. NALC: Postal workers latest victims of economic crisis
  9. Federal government closed Monday due to snow
  10. How to work around FEHBP’s fewer choices and higher costs
  11. Another LTC “error” affects 70,000 federal workers
  12. Congress tells agencies to check creditworthiness of employees
  13. DoD makes it official: FCS is cancelled
  14. USPS paying for environmental performance
  15. Advice for FERS employees scared about retirement
  16. Important TSP changes have arrived
  17. Plug pulled on Federal Employees Health Benefits Program under Senate proposal
  18. Agencies open under unscheduled leave policy on Tuesday
  19. Transition out of NSPS begins
  20. Causey: Federal Health Employee Benefit Plan amendment not likely to pass
  21. OPM’s Berry deals out first set of civil service reform suggestions
  22. Senate committee increases civilian pay raise to 2.9 percent for 2010
  23. OPM no longer to project federal retirements
  24. OPM proposes changes to sick leave rules
  25. No COLA in 2010 not all bad news
  26. Open Season resource: All you need to know before Monday
  27. DoD makes NSPS pay raise equal to GS employees
  28. House committee does not address civilian pay raise for 2010
  29. House passes omnibus spending bill with pay raise, agency funding
  30. DoD taking CAC in new directions
  31. When to consider moving your TSP funds around
  32. Almost three quarters of all feds have HSPD-12 cards
  33. Bonasaro: Attracting young blood to the Senior Executive Service a must
  34. Feds’ FEHBP no longer in danger; Congress, staffers still affected under Grassley plan
  35. Moran wins reprieve for DoD agencies; no BRAC move until 2014 at earliest
  36. House trying again to cure FERS flu
  37. Short time deadline looms for federal Long Term Care
  38. Changes coming to your TSP options
  39. VA puts 45 IT projects on hold
  40. OPM proposes reinvestigation rule for certain employees
  41. NSPS remains on life support
  42. H1N1 causes shutdown at the Small Business Administration
  43. Program launched to help recruit 11,000 new federal IT workers
  44. USPS: Five days a week?
  45. Hackers Hit USAJOBS.com
  46. The reconstruction of NSPS
  47. Stimulus bill could give agencies significant funding boost
  48. OPM offers little relief for long-term health care increases
  49. NSPS Task Force prepares to release report
  50. A new home for Homeland Security
  51. OPM preparing for pandemic by adjust sick leave policy
  52. House panel casts leery eye toward TSP mutual fund option
  53. End of NSPS and cure for FERS Flu included in Defense Authorization bill
  54. OPM sets new policy to make ‘burrowing’ harder
  55. Your TSP: More participants and a new L fund coming
  56. Embassy guard scandal brews in Afghanistan
  57. Awaiting the future of NSPS
  58. Federal labor unions say NSPS is toxic
  59. TSP Snapshot: Up, up and away in November
  60. CIOs cautiously optimistic about OMB’s IT dashboard
  61. Possible TSP changes outlined; May numbers released
  62. TSA picks CSC to run its technology infrastructure
  63. The Double Whammy Hidden in Your Paycheck
  64. Army to migrate all PCs to Vista by end of the year
  65. Salary Council suggests locality pay increase for 2011
  66. A turning point for NSPS
  67. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  68. House passes paid parental leave bill
  69. USPS’ Potter urges ‘public dialogue’ on future of Postal Service
  70. Agencies consider transforming the federal workplace
  71. TSP: Most funds down for October but up for year
  72. Fed managers leery of telework appeal process
  73. Federal retirees to get a piece of the stimulus package
  74. TSP Snapshot: October a mixed bag, and a primer
  75. Interior, Forest Service face uphill climb to boost employee morale
  76. TSP fund manager arrest is just a rumor
  77. PPS issues 2009 Where the Jobs Are Report
  78. OPM says safety is paramount in government closure decisions
  79. Hathaway opens up about her decision to leave White House, cyber coordinator future role
  80. BearingPoint past the banktruptcy
  81. Agencies to justify not using cloud computing to OMB
  82. How health care legislation on Capitol Hill could affect you
  83. XBRL: One key to the future of government transparency
  84. Recovery.gov and Ed DeSeve v. Stephen Colbert
  85. OMB eyes Sept. 9 to launch cloud storefront
  86. OPM to create pools of qualified applicants
  87. Administration calls House NSPS provision ‘premature’
  88. Spouse beneficiaries rules to change for TSP
  89. TSP Roth 401(k) option: A history
  90. Federal Managers Association sees benefits to FERS flu cure
  91. Air Force finds easier way to hire acquisition workers
  92. OPM clarifies statements on retirement projections
  93. OPM Dir. Berry: End attacks on feds!
  94. Some TSP funds rattled by economy
  95. TSP Roth option might come soon
  96. Telework, transportation top issues for BRAC
  97. Budget would cap pay raises for feds
  98. International Spy Museum offers grim, sobering warning on cybersecurity
  99. OMB to measure IT projects through a dashboard
  100. OPM Director John Berry chats with Mike Causey
  101. OPM Director Berry offers peek at the future of the federal personnel agency
  102. A cure for broken federal hiring process
  103. Shifting gears in telework push
  104. Maryland: the ‘Silicon Valley’ of Cybersecurity?
  105. White House takes first step to lifting cookie ban
  106. OPM gives employees opportunity to change long term care program
  107. CBP prototypes ‘next generation’ vessel
  108. Concerns with NSPS
  109. Postal Service one step closer to shutting hundreds of branches
  110. Bilingual workers needed as Foreign Service Officers
  111. Pay for Performance under review
  112. GSA issues first solicitation for cloud computing
  113. GSA headquarters to become model green building
  114. OPM’s Berry pushes ahead on telework
  115. Benefits bills pass in House
  116. Improvements to Grants.gov at least 90 days away
  117. Military personnel would get TSP match
  118. GSA equips employees with Web 2.0 rules
  119. Investor confidence in TSP stock funds increases
  120. Inauguration Day As a Holiday
  121. Persistence needed to go “Where the Jobs Are”
  122. DCAA and DCMA: who’s the boss?
  123. OMB’s new performance framework to combine the best of the past
  124. TSP accounts on track to hit four positive months in a row
  125. DHS gets green light to hire 1,000 ‘cyberspecialists’
  126. Changes could come for TSP beneficiaries
  127. HHS says only one browser will work on Grants.gov
  128. TSA nominee faces Senate scrutiny
  129. Health care reform and the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program
  130. Intelligence community redefines inherently governmental
  131. Feds come up with 38,000 ways to make the government better
  132. Agencies report progress, at last, on security clearance reform
  133. NASA, OMB to make cloud announcement next week
  134. DHS to recompete unrestricted portion of EAGLE contract
  135. OPM shops for a culture change
  136. Senate: Con artists are using stimulus scams to fleece citizens
  137. Spouse beneficiary rules to change for TSP
  138. Buy a new car, get a new tax break
  139. OPM nominee has friends in high places
  140. Tobacco may change your TSP
  141. DHS mandates department-wide telework, COOP review this week
  142. USAJobs hacking raises further security questions
  143. Cash for Clunkers may be a clunker itself
  144. Postal Service trying to do more with less
  145. DoD plans to tame vendor business systems
  146. Military spouses could benefit from new OPM rules
  147. Strengthening the federal acquisition workforce
  148. Federal Teleworking: A look at the numbers
  149. Rank-and-file FPS officers speak out on federal facility security woes

Written by cdorobek

December 29, 2009 at 11:50 AM