Upcoming FCW Features


Upcoming FCW Feature

***Due to a change in the editorial calendar, the coverage scheduled for the March 8th and March 22nd issues will swap places. The March 8th issue will now carry the feature story on geospatial technology. The March 22nd issue will carry coverage of FCW’s annual Federal 100 Special Awards recognition program.

March 8 Geospatial

The next evolution in geospatial technology will involve the collection and synthesis of real-time, location-based data derived from from far flung networks of remote sensors. This story will highlight the benefits of the technology in several applications, such as emergency management, land use management and climate and ocean science. The story will identify and explain the key enabling technologies for these applications and the challenges involved in deploying them.

Writer: John Moore, jmwriter AT twcny DOT rr DOT com

 

March 22 Special Awards Issue: Federal 100

 

 

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Upcoming FCW Feature

February 22 Reinventing the Enterprise – Data Center

Federal CIO Vivek Kundra thinks the government is building too many expensive new data centers, and that government presumably can meet its growing data processing needs in other ways. Since cloud computing is not yet a viable option for most government needs, the immediate decision comes down to whether it is better to build a new data center from scratch or remodel and upgrade existing facilities. This story will cover some of the key considerations in making that decision.

Writer: Alan Joch, ajoch AT worldpath DOT net

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February 8 Gov 2.0 – Citizen-centric Services

One irony of the proliferation of Web 2.0-style contact points for government-to-citizen engagement is that some people find it more difficult to get what they need from the government than before when service options were more limited. Government, like the private sector, is struggling to improve service by harmonizing its online and traditional contact channels through new technologies and organizational approaches. Find out how some agencies are making progress in addressing the key challenges to better service in the age of Web 2.0.

Writer: Alan Joch, ajoch AT worldpath DOT net

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