Federal Computer Week

Posted by:

Today’s top news stories House panel backs larger DHS acquisition workforce; Treasury needs to hone use of EVM; VA financials strategy needs more thought; and more…
Check out FCW’s Sept. 22 print edition Buzz of the Week: Security on the mind; Acqusition team needs more than contracting officers; Editorial: What to do with a chief management officer; and more…
On the FCW Insider blog: Familiar names from the past show up at the IRM College gala
From the Work in Progress blog: Google v. GILS
Government 2020
Government 2020: Read how six evolving global drivers will impact the future of state, local and federal governments, and learn how to create a plan to be better prepared to address the resulting mix of opportunities and unexpected threats. Click here for your complimentary copy of the IBM Government 2020 and the Perpetual Collaboration Mandate paper.

Public Sector SymposiumInteractive data (XBRL) is changing the way government entities report information. Find out how it works and how it can improve the accuracy, integrity and transparency of government reporting by attending the Public Sector Symposium, October 16, 2008 in Washington, DC at the 18th XBRL International Conference. Government employees, including accountants, IT managers and developers should attend. Special discounted pricing is available for all government employees.Click here to find out more and to register.
Architecting a Better Network Storage SolutionThis paper details the technical details of the Titan architecture to better help technical readers understand the unique hardware-accelerated design and the object based file system. Published by: BlueArc Corporation on July 3, 2008
Are You Complying With Major Security Directives? Many security directives have been written. Now it is up to management to lead compliance efforts, especially when it involves risk. This article includes a list of some of the major directives driving security policies, procedures, standards and training, as well as insights into what is required to follow the directives. Full article available here.
Real Case Studies from the U.S. Army, PTO, IntelligenceLearn how TRADOC, BCKS, and intelligence agencies are delivering useful information hundreds of times faster, directly into the hands of warfighters and analysts. Get the new whitepaper, “Content-driven Applications in the Federal Government” from Mark Logic.
The Search is On: Finding and Managing Electronically Stored Information for FOIA and FRCPSince 1999, more than 90% of all documents have been created in digital form. Spawned from this is an area known as ESI or electronically stored information. Further, the process of gathering data, also known as e-discovery, to be used as evidence in legal proceedings, freedom of information act requests or internal investigations has taken on a significant importance. Join Deb Logan, Vice President and Distinguished Analyst, featured analyst firm, Gartner, Inc., and Sean Reagan, Product Marketing Manager, Symantec for a new webcast “waiting on title” available now. Our panel will discuss the challenges of building an e-discovery strategy, defining policies, and leveraging technology to support the collection, review, preservation, and production of ESI.
IDEAS 2008 – The Interagency Disability Educational Awareness Showcase (IDEAS) is GSA’s premier event focused on partnering industry and education with government to meet the requirements under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. Held November 14, 2008 at the FDIC Seidman Training Center in Arlington, VA, IDEAS is a practical, hands-on educational conference and technology showcase where you’ll learn about accessibilty issues such as electronic and information technology accessibility, 508 law and standards, website standards compliance, acquisitions, market research for accessible product and services, and more. Registration is free, but space is limited. Register today at www.IDEAS508Event.com. or call 800-746-0099.
Browse Library of Thousands of Successful SOWsSave time preparing SOWs by using documentation from other procurements. Free Access for Govt Only
Find Teaming Partners & Federal IT OpportunitiesJoin INPUT’s online peer-to-peer networking forum to build teaming relationships and find government business opportunities. See why over 30,000 of your peers rely on INPUT to win government business. Sign up today to join the INPUT Network!
Federal Organization Charts & Contacts DirectoryGet access to 280,000 key government contacts within 450 civilian and DoD agencies, departments and offices. Build powerful agency relationships using INPUT’s Dynamic Organization Charts & Contacts Directory. Download Free Contacts!
TRY NEW SUN SERVERS FREE for 60 Days!Try Sun Free for 60 days. Like it Keep it. Don’t like it send it back. We even pay shipping!
Villanova University Six Sigma & IT Certificate Programs100% Online programs in Six Sigma, IS Security, CISSP Prep, Business Analysis, Proj. Mgmt. and more!
Newsletter Feedback:John Monroe, Editor, Federal Computer Week, jmonroe@1105govinfo.com
Advertisers:To find out how you can sponsor this newsletter e-mail James Bohi at jbohi@1105govinfo.com
Newsletter problems:account_support_fcw@1105govinfo.com
Unsubscribe or change e-mail subscription:https://newsletters.1105pubs.com/nl/FCWf.do?e=seymour@srt.com
To review our privacy policy, visit our Web site at http://www.1105media.com/privacy.aspx
Copyright 2008 1105 Media, Inc. FCW Newsletters may only be redistributed in their unedited form. Written permission from the editor must be obtained to reprint the information contained within this newsletter.
This message was sent to: seymour@srt.com
Federal Computer Week1105 Government Information Group3141 Fairview Park Drive, Suite 777Falls Church, VA 22042703-876-5100

  Related Posts
  • No related posts found.