A company i am working with has an opening for an Enterprise IT Architect who will work on-site for a Government agency in Washington DC. Details are below the ‘fold’. If interested, drop me a note with your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll pass it on.
Entries Tagged as 'government business'
May 2nd, 2013 · No Comments · ESEM Consulting LLC, government, government business, technology
April 14th, 2013 · No Comments · big data, cloud computing, government business, technology
I recently participated in a discussion with the networking team at VMware about network virtualization and specifically Software Defined Virtual Networking (SDN) which will support the efforts to virtualize servers and enable the centralization of data centers. From what I have seen SDN has the potential to change the way cloud services are implemented and [...]
April 6th, 2013 · 1 Comment · amarc, government 2.0, government business, mobility, technology
One of the two major areas of focus for me these days is AMARC. I am working with Tom Suder, the President of MobileGov on setting AMARC up. We just finished setting up our webpage, www.amarcedu.org. We are in the process of creating an Advisory Board consisting of Academic, Government, and Corporate members to provide [...]
March 28th, 2013 · No Comments · government, government 2.0, government business, mobility, technology
I thought it might be useful to talk a little bit about what I am doing. At this point in my career, my interests revolve around how to improve the provisioning of services and products to the Government on one hand and the ability of Government to make use of these products and services more [...]
February 5th, 2013 · No Comments · ESEM Consulting LLC, government business, technology
It’s great when what you do best and enjoy most are the same thing. In my case, helping people and organizations become the best they can be really does it. Achieving organizational and business success gives me personal pleasure and carries through to all aspects of life. It was with this in mind that I [...]
November 15th, 2012 · No Comments · government business, technology
Earlier this week I was interviewed by Chris Dorobek about process issues associated with the currently in-process Presidential transition. The interview was published at: http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/former-cio-of-dot-speaks-on-the-transition which includes a link to the audio of the interview plus a summary write-up.
October 16th, 2012 · No Comments · big data, cloud computing, government 2.0, government business
<published earlier by FedScoop, http://fedscoop.com/big-data-is-it-a-big-deal/> In our increasingly fast-paced world, the buzz-word du jour, Big Data, looks like a winner of the fastest transition from cool, new, vacuous, poorly-defined concept to mainstream acceptance and implementation. A year or two ago if you had mentioned Hadoop, listeners would have thought you had the hiccups (or had [...]
October 6th, 2012 · No Comments · big data, government 2.0, government business, technology
Every now and again, I get invited to appear on the Federal Countdown, hosted by Francis Rose, Friday afternoons from 3pm to 4pm on WFED radio. The focus of the show is to have two guests select their three most important stories about the Federal Government. The third most important article is discussed by each [...]
August 3rd, 2012 · No Comments · cloud computing, cyber-security, government 2.0, government business, technology
For the last two year’s I have written, or largely written, the Powertek Corporation, www.powertekcorporation.com, response to a SmartCEO, http://www.smartceo.com/, set of questions associated with where Powertek is positioned technically and what that means to the company. While preparing this year’s, I looked at what I had written in 2011 and by golly, much of what [...]