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Ready for a Catch-22? Your client is a government agency with a shrinking budget, but a growing need: Every day, more constituents are calling, emailing, and IMing the agency, seeking customer service help. Can the government agency meet its customers“™ expectations “”maybe even surpass them? In the following Q&A, Sortzi discusses how RightNow has been […] More
In the context of enterprise IT, a “mega trend” is a long term movement in time that drives large masses of people and is a forcing function for strategic directions. One of the mega trends sweeping over us all right now is Web2.0. This trend will continue to impact government in 2008. Here are a […] More
ExecutiveBiz recently asked government contracting leaders their predictions in their industries for 2008. Here are their responses: “Flawless execution and systems integration and engineering will define the hallmarks for 2008 in our marketplace. The need for effective partnership with our government customer will be of paramount importance. An increased emphasis on stability in requirements and […] More
We’ve reported on the intersection of government and Web 2.0 technologies before on this blog. It’s an important and shifting landscape and nowhere is this dichotomy more evident than in Washington D.C. Most of the applications are born in the private sector. Wikipedia, for example, became widely used well before Intellipedia, the intelligence service’s equivalent […] More
IT leaders in government are wrestling with several competing forces in the Web2.0 world. The greatest force is a push for change towards more user-focused computing.  But a resisting counter force threatens to delay this change. The counter force here is institutional inertia. Big organizations are just slow to change, and the larger, more complex […] More
As ExecutiveBiz The New New Internet Conference panelist Brad Feld reflected in his post-event blog, many of his Silicon Valley friends rarely stray from the “startup center of the universe.” In mingling and engaging with Conference speakers and attendees at the DC event, it did not take long for Feld, Managing Director at Foundry Group […] More
Somewhere along the line – as partisan mudslinging increased over the Iraq War – the concepts of patriotism and service to one’s country became contorted to fit the various political agendas. One pundit argues that it is unpatriotic to question the War, and a politician comes back and says it would be unpatriotic not to. […] More
The national intelligence agencies have launched a social networking site, A-Space, modeled after the ultra-popular MySpace, further supplying ammunition to those who claim networking sites hold potential beyond teenage users. The government-only site will allow users who voluntarily sign up to access the vast network of federal intelligence agencies. This move “will generate better analysis […] More
Special to the Executive Biz Blog: Aneesh Chopra, Sec. of Technology for the Commonwealth of Virginia Last month, Governor Kaine took the cabinet to the Eastern Shore where we met local shopkeepers selling their wares to a growing number of tourists. During our welcome reception, a local merchant shared with me the story of his […] More
Ask 100 executives to define Web 2.0 and you are likely to get 100 different answers. It isn’t that Web 2.0 lacks meat, but that it can deliver tangible value in multiple forms. While certain elements of Web 2.0 might prove to be a fad as fleeting as the Pomegranate Martini, there is no denying […] More
A decade ago, if you wanted to launch a website you had to be a computer programmer or have the recourses to hire web designers. Now anyone with an internet connection can publish content using any number of free build-it-yourself web publishing services. Silver Spring-based FreeWebs is a great example of a local company providing […] More
If your business is in the Washington area, you“™ve no doubt been solicited to attend what seems like an endless collection of summits, conferences, symposiums, and panel discussions. All too often, participants wander out of these cumbersome meetings feeling that it was a waste of time. This frustration is common and it stems from the […] More
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