DorobekInsider: Most read items for August 2009

I pull together the most read items each week… but I also pull together the most read items for the month. It’s always interesting to see what people are reading…

First from the DorobekInsider

  1. DorobekInsider: The buzz of federal government IT: Two scorching IG report on VA IT… sex, lies — but no video tape
  2. DorobekInsider: What’s behind the cyber-czar Hathaway resignation? And why is this post so difficult to fill this post
  3. DorobekInsider: What’s the deal with GSA administrator nominee Johnson? The Kansas City Star finds out
  4. DorobekInsider: Robertson to be named to head GSA’s OGP and CAO
  5. DorobekInsider: GSA names Dave McClure to lead the Office of Citizen Services
  6. DorobekInsider: More GSA changes — Leeds as senior counselor and Peck returning at PBS
  7. DorobekInsider: GSA and the Recovery Board release the redacted Recovery.gov contract
  8. DorobekInsider: The VA IG reports — what are the next steps? We ask government IT veterans
  9. DorobekInsider: Leadership or management — that is the question?
  10. DorobekInsider: What are the most annoying buzz words?
  11. The DorobekInsider Reader: National Security Personnel System recommendations
  12. DorobekInsider: The FCC joins the blogsphere — and Twitter
  13. DorobekInsider: Power IT Down Day – help Mother Earth (and Wounded Warriors) by turning off your computer
  14. DHS director of the National Cybersecurity Center resigns
  15. DorobekInsider: 24-hour deal – get Federal News Radio Book Club book Fired Up or Burned Out&he
  16. DorobekInsider: The GSA Johnson hold update — Bond and Johnson have met
  17. DorobekInsider: It’s my birthday, but… you get the gifts
  18. DorobekInsider: Obama’s summer reading list – and autumn’s worthy reads
  19. DorobekInsider: Intel on the government 2.0 front lines – and a new report assessing A-Space
  20. DorobekInsider: CGI Federal scores a coup hiring former EPA CIO Molly O’Neill
  21. DorobekInsider: GSA names a OGP-CAO leader — and then merges the organizations
  22. DorobekInsider: Most read items for second week of August 2009
  23. DorobekInsider: CGI’s official announcement about Molly O’Neill
  24. DorobekInsider: Most read items for the first week of August
  25. DorobekInsider: Clearing the desk – and stories mentioned on the Daily Debrief
  26. DorobekInsider: The UK government encourages tweeting — and issues Twitter guidance
  27. DorobekInsider: Most read DorobekInsider and Daily Debrief items for the month of July 2009
  28. DorobekInsider on DC’s NewsChannel 8 tonight talking the Intellipedia and A-Space — the
  29. Ed DeSeve to join the Obama administration
  30. DorobekInsider: The most read items for the third week of August 2009
  31. DorobekInsider: 1105 GovInfo names government IT vet Weiss as group publisher
  32. DorobekInsider: The real story behind the Recovery.gov contract: The need for govt contracting transparency
  33. DorobekInsider: A summer Friday extra – my favorite birthday gift
  34. The DorobekInsider reader: Obama cyber policy review
  35. DorobekInsider: The new TSA CIO — Emma Garrison-Alexander
  36. DorobekInsider: More details on Pat Knapp, mother of Qwest’s Deirdre Murray
  37. DorobekInsider: GSA names Danielle Germain as chief of staff
  38. DorobekInsider: 1105 Media cuts pay 20 percent — temporarily
  39. DorobekInsider: Hear the Federal News Radio Book Club — Payback featuring CTO Chopra
  40. DorobekInsider: Recovery.gov contractor Smartronix speaks — in a statement
  41. DorobekInsider: Most read on for the last week of August 2009 on DorobekInsider… Daily Debrie
  42. DorobekInsider: GSA’s Dorris, Army’s Sorenson, HP’s Hempfield earn AFCEA Bethesda
  43. DorobekInsider: New DOT CFO nominee… and a possible DOT CIO nominee
  44. DorobekInsider: 45 VA programs under temporary stop order pending fixes
  45. DorobekInsider: Identity management — the liner notes
  46. DorobekInsider: Coming and going – A new DOT CIO (mostly confirmed), Frank Puglese, former SSA
  47. DorobekInsider: Dee Lee to join the Professional Services Council
  48. Congratulations on the wedding of Bob Suda and Joanne Connelly

Most read items for August 2009 from Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. TSP changes and automatic enrollment updates
  2. The latest TSP news
  3. Bullish? What August might hold for your TSP account
  4. Federal Contracting workforce is growing
  5. OMG txtng srsly taking off
  6. Update: NSPS recommendations
  7. E-messaging, other benefits to come with new TSP Web site
  8. TSP Talk: Tobacco Bill signed into law
  9. Navy CIO: Cyber czar needed soon
  10. USPTO gets new director
  11. OPM wants to change sick leave rules
  12. What next, if not Networx? Word from GSA’s conference
  13. NASA responds to criticisms of various programs
  14. NSPS update: Unions speak before Board final recommendations
  15. DoD and Web 2.0: A blogger’s take
  16. Will Maryland be the new home of cybersecurity?
  17. Multi-tasking isn’t just a bad idea it can actually hurt you
  18. The possibilities of cloud computing in the federal government
  19. Mike Causey reports from annual FDR conference
  20. Why you might want to be wary of cloud computing
  21. Analysis: Where does NSPS go now?
  22. FAI releases 2008 Workforce Competency Survey results
  23. BRAC update from two local congressmen
  24. Space Station treadmill bears name of comedian Colbert
  25. Report: NSPS should be reconstructed
  26. Cybersecurity concerns from Congress
  27. Cybersecurity challenges
  28. Erroneous reporting: Marines did not ban social networking
  29. How the UK gov’t. uses Twitter
  30. How Web 2.0 is changing responses to emergencies
  31. TSA’s Secure Flight changes ready for take off
  32. Groups want public opinion about federal transparency
  33. GAO: Missile defense systems in Europe could exceed cost estimates
  34. IC takes the Web 2.0 plunge, tests A-Space
  35. OPM issues new hiring policies for military spouses
  36. GSA issues RFQ for cloud computing services
  37. Are all Web 2.0 tools created equal?
  38. Management at the GSA: Looking from the outside
  39. GSA’s Casey Coleman moves into the cloud
  40. Registry starts at federalreporting.gov
  41. Who will inherit your TSP account?
  42. Strengthening the federal acquisition workforce, Part 2
  43. Hurricane Katrina anniversary
  44. TSP Talk: Where is the market going?
  45. USPS tries to deliver services amidst losses
  46. Does the White House need a cyber czar?
  47. College advisors get inside tips on federal jobs
  48. USPS tries to solve growing problems
  49. Power IT Down at your agency . . . and help the troops

And the most read stories on FederalNewsRadio.com for August 2009…

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  1. USPS paying for environmental performance
  2. Important TSP changes have arrived
  3. OPM proposes changes to sick leave rules
  4. DoD taking CAC in new directions
  5. When to consider moving your TSP funds around
  6. OPM preparing for pandemic by adjust sick leave policy
  7. Your TSP: More participants and a new L fund coming
  8. Federal labor unions say NSPS is toxic
  9. Awaiting the future of NSPS
  10. OPM preparing for pandemic by adjusting sick leave policy
  11. NSPS remains on life support
  12. Federal Managers Association sees benefits to FERS flu cure
  13. White House takes first step to lifting cookie ban
  14. GSA releases FY 2010 per diem rates
  15. Maryland: the ‘Silicon Valley’ of Cybersecurity?
  16. DCAA and DCMA: who’s the boss?
  17. NSPS final report released
  18. Strengthening the federal acquisition workforce
  19. TSP accounts show gains . . . again
  20. Military spouses could benefit from new OPM rules
  21. Travel card programs need better internal controls
  22. White House cuts federal pay raise
  23. Federal agencies move closer to cloud computing
  24. DHS clarifies rules around laptop searches at the border
  25. GSA issues first solicitation for cloud computing
  26. Feds Feed Families exceeds food donation goal
  27. MSPB’s tips for success in the federal workplace
  28. Predator drones help CBP along all borders
  29. The federal government: Most interesting start-up of ‘09
  30. Senate completes work on more nominations
  31. Federal News Radio Reports
  32. New USPTO head faces rocky seas ahead
  33. FDA Commissioner Hamburg says it’s a time for change
  34. GSA helping to preserve American lighthouses
  35. Report highlights problems in Senior Executive Service
  36. DoD memo mandates cybersecurity reciprocity
  37. Hathaway resigns as White House cyber lead
  38. Agencies bolster the ranks of fed contracting pros
  39. Agencies trying to find balance between Web 2.0, cybersecurity
  40. HSPD-12: What’s Next?
  41. In search of a better way to print
  42. Expect changes to TSP Web site early next year
  43. DHS takes new cybersecurity tack
  44. UK gov’t releases best practices list of Twitter policies
  45. GSA reissues RFI for software-as-a-service
  46. DHS, states work to create Virtual USA
  47. The complications of cloud computing
  48. Future of NASA human space flight program in flux
  49. NIST releases final cybersecurity recommendations
  50. HHS puts Grants.gov back on track