Weekly Round-up: November 08, 2013
- Infographic: Tumblr facts. Perhaps of greatest relevance to government agencies: Tumblr is "more popular among 13-25-year olds than Facebook." (or so they claim)
- Looking ahead: A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece for GovLoop about the future of online citizen support. This week, Brittany Ballenstedt had a post on Mashable that looks ahead to 2020 to forecast what government services will look like.
- Missed last Friday's Tech@State? The Storify has yet to come out, but reading the Twitter Feed of the event is an education itself on Education Technology.
- Shutdown costs estimated in the $billions by OMB.
- Administration assessing whether to split Cyber Command and NSA.
- DOD Service Chiefs concerned about deeper sequestration impacts next year.
- IT consolidation could save $6 billion.
- DOD’s Beth McGrath Announces Retirement.
- Healthcare.gov highlights need for IT reform.
- DATA Act passed by Senate committee.
- We the People gets an upgrade.
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Paul S. Bartley is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Program Support in the Department of Health and Human Services. The Program Support Center (PSC) provides more than 60 products and services on a competitive, fee-for-service basis for HHS, as well as approximately 14 other executive departments and 20 independent Federal Agencies. Mr. Bartley is also the Director of the Program Support Center, a federal shared services operation hosted at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. As Director, he oversees the management and delivery of over 40 services and products to PSC's customers worldwide.
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