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  • Web2.0 Adoption in Large Enterprises - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Web2.0 Adoption in Large Enterprises

    ExecutiveBiz members have been treated to some great presentations from Web2.0 experts, including some who have succeeded in implementing Web2.0 capabilities in very large organizations.  Two of the greatest presenters who have interacted with us are Chris Rasmussen and Sean Dennehy, pictured here. After engaging with them in our venue and tracking how Web2.0 technologies […] More

  • Manny Wilson of CENTCOM shares the latest on Intellipedia - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Manny Wilson of CENTCOM shares the latest on Intellipedia

    In the years since his entrance into the Intelligence community, Manny Wilson, an intelligence analyst, has advocated to senior leadership at CENTCOM on how to integrate Intellipedia and other social software tools into the community’s current business practices. In the following Q&A, Wilson talks about what’s on the horizon for Intellipedia, which recently marked its […] More

  • The Federal Government & Google - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    The Federal Government & Google

    When the NSA or CIA attempts to search its databases for intelligence information they“™ll soon be able to say what most civilians do when searching for information: “Google it“ A little known group within Google, the federal sales team, recently signed a deal with the federal governments“™ intelligence agencies to provide servers for a secure […] More

  • Social Video for the US Intelligence Community - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Social Video for the US Intelligence Community

    ExecutiveBiz members have had the pleasure of interacting with a long line of IT thought leaders. One of note is Chris Rasmussen, a great advocate for information sharing and collaboration within the federal space and a master of the use of new tools to get groups working together on hard problems (read more about Chris […] More

  • HUD Meets Google Maps - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    HUD Meets Google Maps

    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

  • Speeding the delivery of Web2.0 capabilities into government - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    Speeding the delivery of Web2.0 capabilities into government

    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

  • Chris Rasmussen: A Dynamic Thought Leader in Intelligence - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Chris Rasmussen: A Dynamic Thought Leader in Intelligence

    Since 9/11, the intelligence community has been looking for ways to do a better job of sharing information between agencies. Chris Rasmussen is a knowledge manager and trainer for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency within the Department of Defense, and he“™s a dynamic part of that effort. He’s a thought leader in the application of Web […] More

  • Intellipedia Expert to Speak at Web 2.0 Conference - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Intellipedia Expert to Speak at Web 2.0 Conference

    Chris Rasmussen, Chief Knowledge Officer at the Defense Department“™s National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, will speak at the Web 2.0 for Business conference this November. Rasmussen has spearheaded Intellipedia, the Wikipedia for the Intelligence community. Intellipedia allows for employees across the 16 United States intelligence agencies with classified clearances to edit and publish information. One of the […] More

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