DorobekINSIDER: Most read items for the month of April 2010: iPad, USPS, TSP millionaires

The most read stories the entire month of April 2010… on the DorobekInsider.com, on the Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, on Mike Causey’s Federal Report, and for FederalNewsRadio.com

…from the DorobekInsider.com

  1. The DorobekINSIDER iPad review: Will you see them in government?
  2. DorobekINSIDER: Is that a ‘for sale’ sign at market research firm Input?
  3. DorobekINSIDER: BREAKING: GSA names Michael Robertson as chief of staff
  4. DorobekINSIDER: GSA clarifies the role of regional administrators
  5. DorobekINSIDER: Turco to lead GSA’s Office of Governmentwide Policy
  6. The DorobekINSIDER Reader: The open government policies and plans
  7. DorobekINSIDER: AFCEA Bethesda’s 12 annual benefit for The Children’s Inn at NIH
  8. DorobekINSIDER on the circuit: Jane Norris; NASA’s Diaz; NASA’s Kemp; former GSAer Bill
  9. DorobekINSIDER: The Better Buy Project: Seeking to build a better procurement process
  10. DorobekINSIDER: Assessing transparency and open government
  11. DorobekINSIDER: Most read items for the week of April 3-10: The iPad, TSP, and your thoughts about g
  12. DorobekINSIDER: The role of the CIO – and NASA gives the CIO authority
  13. DorobekINSIDER: A whole new World (Bank) of open data
  14. DorobekINSIDER: CA CIO Teri Takai to be named DOD CIO
  15. DorobekINSIDER: Most read items for the week of April 18-24: GSA’s chief of staff, USPS, and t
  16. DorobekINSIDER: The 2010 Fed 100 Awards Gala: Eagle winners, and I blush
  17. DorobekInsider: OMB hires performance guru Shelley Metzenbaum
  18. DorobekINSIDER: Most read items for the week of March 28-April 3: DOD CIO and the Guam capsizing que
  19. DorobekINSIDER: Most read items for the week of April 11-17: Better Buy Project, TSP, and SESers
  20. DorobekINSIDER: The Federal News Radio Book Club book announcement: Drive by Daniel H. Pink

… from Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

  1. Analysis: Change the role of the Postal Service to keep it viable
  2. TSP participants roll over record amount of investments
  3. Congressman Hank Johnson worried about Guam’s stability
  4. TSP funds continue to gain in March
  5. TSP fund balance crosses $250 billion
  6. How federal agencies can attract younger workers to IT
  7. Feds share thoughts about blizzard response with OPM Director John Berry
  8. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast – April 26
  9. March TSP snapshot!
  10. Where is the money? We track misallocated funds in the federal budget
  11. HReinvented: Will federal HR reforms work this time?
  12. GSA names winner in USA.gov PSA contest
  13. Why the Federal Retirement Thrift Investments Board is regularly audited
  14. Public opinion about government at all-time low
  15. NASA CIO Linda Cureton: Changes at agency positive for IT missions
  16. Friday Afternoon Federal Newscast – April 23
  17. Monday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  18. OPM continues to modernize federal retirement system
  19. Cloud computing a threat to civil liberties?
  20. DoD proposal could tighten Organization Conflict of Interest rules
  21. Digital ants help fight cyber attacks
  22. HReinvented: A comprehensive plan is needed for real reform
  23. Are code writers the weakest cybersecurity link?
  24. Survey: More willing to sacrifice privacy for security
  25. Is your job in danger of being outsourced?
  26. GSA to update infrastructure for better mobility
  27. GAO: Army must modernize with acquisition reforms
  28. Open Government Plans only the beginning, says former CIO
  29. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast – April 21
  30. Department of Energy reveals $100 million Smart Grid training program
  31. How Driven are you? We find out during Federal News Radio’s Book Club
  32. Congressman questions White House about unpaid interns
  33. Health care reform could affect health IT
  34. GAO: DHS makes progress with National Infrastructure Protection Plan
  35. Better Buy Project wants your procurement ideas
  36. Timeline for TSP’s Roth option discussed
  37. Now a good time to review where your money is in the TSP
  38. Study: Password changes are a waste of time
  39. USPS plan would make dramatic changes
  40. Bill introduced to allow annual leave contributions to TSP
  41. Library of Congress to collect Twitter data
  42. Comptroller General nominee talks about issues facing GAO
  43. Mike Causey: How to become a millionaire
  44. Preview: Where the NSPS transition stands
  45. HReinvented: Reforms should work this time
  46. World Bank posts data for crowdsourcing solutions
  47. TSP participants could soon invest unused annual leave
  48. Social Security Administration battles claims backlog
  49. Devaney shares lessons learned about transparency, openness

…for Mike Causey’s Federal Report

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… and from FederalNewsRadio.com

  1. More agencies using resumes to bring on SESers
  2. Survey: More incentives needed for Senior Executive Service
  3. Feds restrained in their optimism for OPM’s HR reform
  4. GAO: Postal Service business model not working
  5. HReinvented: OPM’s new database cuts hiring by 3 weeks
  6. Federal agencies release Open Government Plans
  7. OPM takes smaller steps to modernize retirement processes
  8. White House ready to reveal identity management plans
  9. The Senator from Delaware rises to praise federal workers
  10. TSP Snapshot: Spring into savings
  11. Agency pilots help cultivate ‘inherently governmental’ changes
  12. GSA to rethink what success means
  13. OMB shifts to real time cybersecurity monitoring
  14. OFPP defines ‘inherently governmental’
  15. OMB to set new real property policy
  16. Berry is innovating in the OPM basement
  17. OPM promotes ‘Feds Get Fit’ with recipe cookoff
  18. ATF wants more from mobile devices
  19. DISA’s Stempfley heading to DHS’s cybersecurity division
  20. HReinvented: Feds mixed on OPM’s HR reform plans, survey finds
  21. Bill calls for pilot program with federalized guards
  22. SSA staying on top of claims increase
  23. DoD Cyber Command will take a defensive posture
  24. NSPS transitions completed ahead of schedule
  25. Obama nominates two for key administration posts
  26. White House promising more attention to 508
  27. Bill to pay furloughed DoT workers is law
  28. Pentagon contracting reform bill heads for full House
  29. Postal Service prepares to move to five day delivery
  30. Federal News Radio Reports
  31. Fed web managers preview cool new tools
  32. House takes aim on Pentagon contracting reform
  33. OMB tells all agencies to go back to Grants.gov
  34. EADS North America will bid for Air Force tanker contract
  35. Senators suggest scrapping virtual fence
  36. White House establishes management advisory board
  37. Obama calls for more small business contracting
  38. OPM to submit hiring reform advice to White House next week
  39. Legislation could spur XBRL use in government
  40. House passes Defense acquisition reform bill
  41. Air Force moving to global training perspective
  42. Justice moves closer to secure sharing
  43. Platts bids for Comptroller General job
  44. Feds learning sustainability begins with them
  45. White House works to change online transactions
  46. HReinvented: Employee unions call for tweaks to the system
  47. HHS pressed on flexibility in Health IT mandates
  48. HReinvented: Survey finds feds restrained in optimism for OPM’s HR reform
  49. HReinvented: NRC aims to stay on top as ‘best place to work’
  50. Agencies classifying less information