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A Dynamic Shared Services Delivery Model

Thursday, April 27th, 2017 - 12:50
One way the government can become more efficient and effectively managed is through what we’re calling A Dynamic Shared Service Delivery Model, to show constant change and improvement. Before we dive into the specifics of the shared service model, let’s explore a representative example of the “21st Century” technology service model.

How Do You Find A Trillion Dollars?

Monday, October 25th, 2010 - 8:28
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Monday, October 25, 2010 - 08:24
Let’s put that savings number in perspective.  The Federal Government spends about $4 trillion every year.  To save $1 trillion over ten years, the Federal government needs to reduce its spending by $100 billion each year, which is 2.5 percent percent of its total spending.  That does not strike us a particularly high hurdle to jump.

Creating Telemedicine-Based Medical Networks for Rural and Frontier Areas

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009 - 9:38
To date, telemedicine has largely been seen as futuristic. Well, the future is here. Advances in sensor technology, wireless networks, mobile monitoring devices, and telecommunications have all made it possible to address the increasingly dire shortage of healthcare professionals in rural areas. There are approximately 60 million Americans living in rural or frontier areas, and the average age of physicians practicing in these areas is over 55 years. In fact, in over one-quarter of the counties in the United States, there are no practicing physicians.

Creating Telemedicine-Based Medical Networks for Rural and Frontier Areas

Monday, June 8th, 2009 - 20:00

The Role and Use of Wireless Technology in the Management and Monitoring of Chronic Diseases

Monday, June 8th, 2009 - 20:00

US and UK Routes to Employment: Strategies to Improve Integrated Service Delivery to People with Disabilities

Sunday, May 3rd, 2009 - 20:00
In this report, the authors examine the experience of the United States and United Kingdom in developing effective strategies for providing integrated service delivery. The report examines what works and what doesn't work, and provides a roadmap to improving services for individuals with disabilities. While more research is needed, the report identifies 12 strategies to strengthen integrated service delivery systems, and to assist individuals with disabilities in gaining and maintaining productive employment.

The Challenge of Contracting for Large Complex Projects A Case Study of the Coast Guard’s Deepwater Program

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009 - 14:37
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One of the biggest challenges facing the new administration, as well as future administrations, is the effective acquisition of complex products. The federal government cannot eliminate the risks associated with complex products by simply avoiding procuring such products. As the difficulties confronting the federal government become increasingly complicated, so too will the types of goods and services needed to address those challenges.

Government in 3D How Public Leaders Can Draw on Virtual Worlds

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009 - 14:02
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Management Article

Transforming Information Technology at the Department of Veterans Affairs

Sunday, March 29th, 2009 - 20:00
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Jonathan Walters' report chronicles the Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) efforts to realign and centralize its information technology activities. Describing it as an "ambitious, audacious and arduous crusade," Walters makes it very clear that this is still very much a work in progress. There are significant hurdles ahead and certain significant adjustments will no doubt need to be made for this ambitious undertaking to be ultimately implemented and sustained by the VA.

The Challenge of Contracting for Large Complex Projects: A Case Study of the Coast Guard's Deepwater Program

Monday, December 22nd, 2008 - 20:00
The federal government now spends about 40 percent of its discretionary budget to buy everything from office supplies to weapon systems. When the government buys simple products, like paper clips, they can turn to well-established acquisition strategies and practices and apply them to richly competitive markets. When government agencies buy complex products, like weapon systems, conventional acquisition approaches are often insufficient and markets are more challenging.
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Debo Adeaga

I have received a copy of this Management Article and its really giving me a lot of insights... I am a CG/3D practitioner and consultant, right now I am studying for my MSc in Information Management which further sets me in the line of combining managing people and organization along the line of my CG experience.
This is a great read and offers endless possibility for the mind to conceive ideas based on the knowledge of what possibility already exist for instance via Second-Life.
Thanks

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