In the News: Deloitte U.S. Federal Government
Perspectives from the public sector practice
Inside Deloitte's big data HIVE
Washington DC | January 30, 2013
Data analytics and the whole big data phenomenon have been of great interest to me, ever since we started diving deep into our website analytics a few years ago.
Changes coming to key congressional committees despite status-quo election
Federal News Radio | November 7, 2012
Tom Davis, director Federal Government Affairs, Deloitte & Touche LLP discusses the impact of the election on the leadership of Senate and House committees.
Senate races expose extent of republicans’ gender gap
The New York Times | November 7, 2012
Tom Davis, director Federal Government Relations, Deloitte & Touche LLP is featured in the quote of the day in the New York Times: "It is time to sit down practically and say, where we are going to add pieces to our coalition. There just are not enough middle-aged white guys that we can scrape together to win. There are just not enough of them." The Nightly Business Report on PBS also interviewed Tom Davis in their broadcast on November 8, 2012.
Business leaders encouraged to hire vets at CAM kickoff lunch
The Chamber | November 6, 2012
Robin Lineberger, CEO Federal Government Services was the keynote speaker at the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce luncheon to kick-off their Celebrate America's Military events.
“In corporate America, we have an obligation to serve our military and the members of our military community by hiring them when they have finished service,” he said. “It is our corporate responsibility,” said Lineberger.
Putting cybersecurity on the diplomatic agenda
Government Computer News | November 6, 2012
Lt. General Harry Raduege, (USAF Ret), Chairman the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation discusses diplomatic relations and the East/West Institute Cybersecurity Conference in New Delhi India.
Fixing the unemployment problem
The Washington Examiner | November 6, 2012
Research from John Hagel, co-chairman, Deloitte LLP Center for the Edge and Bill Eggers, director, Deloitte Research is featured in a column in the Washington Examiner.
In "Brawn from Brains: Talent, policy, and the future of American competitiveness," Deloitte researchers Bill Eggers and John Hagel ask: What policies speed up development of workplace talent and employment? What policies slow it down?
Geospatial data could transform the way government does business
Tech Target | November 2, 2012
Matt Gentile, principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services discusses the explosion of geospatial data. Gentile describes is as a "mass proliferation" generated by sensors, Internet use, geocodes attached to digital images and handheld devices with GPS capabilities. The process of analyzing these sources of data could help organizations provide better service to customers and -- according to Gentile's new report, The Power of Zoom: Transforming Government through Location Intelligence -- to constituents as well. "We thought it was time to take a look at the marketplace and pause to see what we could do to help government get on top of this," he said.
Have a passion for quality results
Government CIO Magazine | November 1, 2012
By Gregg “Skip” Bailey
The second op-ed in a series of six from Gregg Bailey, director, Deloitte Consulting
Will Sandy's winds blow more agencies to the cloud?
Federal Computer Week | October 31, 2012
A blustery lady named Sandy may be the motivation some agencies need to finally jump aboard the cloud. Gregg “Skip” Bailey, director, Deloitte Consulting LLP discusses whether agencies will benefit from their transition to the cloud during emergencies like “frankenstorm” Sandy.
“If they have sort of a weaker infrastructure, I would think [Sandy] would be a motivating factor. If they have a very solid infrastructure already established, I’m not sure it would make any difference,” said Gregg “Skip” Bailey, director at Deloitte Consulting LLP and the federal cloud computing lead at the firm. He was formerly CIO at the Bureau for Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
In depth interviews
Federal News Radio | October 31, 2012
Janet Hale, director Deloitte Services LP discusses new research from the Government Business Council and Deloitte that identifies the efficiency of eight federal cost areas. The research and survey entitled “Cutting Costs: Inside the Effort to Improve the Efficiency of Federal Operations” outlines the ways that agencies might track the effectiveness of the initiatives that they have underway and collaborate with other agencies to identify best practices to improve efficiency outcomes. Janet was also interviewed on the topic by Chris Dorobek for GovLoop.
Beyond the bars: Envisioning a new ecosystem of virtual incarceration
Government Security News | October 23, 2012
An op-ed from Michel Gelles director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Deloitte consultants Alan Holder and Kara Shuler discusses a new model for incarceration. It examines the possibilities of States breaking out of brick-and-mortar incarceration and adopting a more innovative risk-management system for low-level offenders and the impact on recidivism and community safety.
In depth interviews with Francis rose
Federal News Radio | October 17, 2012
Chief information officers may hold the key to cutting operational costs. Former Justice Department CIO Vance Hitch, and now senior adviser to Deloitte Consulting LLP, wrote in a recent article that IT has moved from the back office into the frontlines "for improving government operations overall."
The new shape of the collared economy
Huffington Post | October 17, 2012
An op-ed from Bill Eggers, director, Deloitte research and Owen Sanderson a consultant with Deloitte Consulting LLP examines the new generation of workers who are divorcing themselves from career-for-life commitments and moving towards a more flexible and increasingly virtual lifestyle. The op-ed supports a new Deloitte research report entitled “Brawn from brains: Talent, policy and the future of American competitiveness”. The research examines policy reframing that needs to be undertaken by the United States to remain competitive as the talent landscape changes.
Federal CIO’s working on a “Need to Share” basis
The Wall Street Journal | October 17, 2012
Brad Eskind, principal, Deloitte Consulting and Federal Technology Practice leader discusses outside-in architecture and the growing need for collaboration which is transforming the role of agency tech leaders. “In the past, IT could hard-wire certain devices and user interfaces to system architecture. Now, everything should be more flexible to encompass more sources of data and delivery mediums. IT departments should make sure that everything is developed using an interactive, rather than static, design” said Eskind.
Smart government IT can be a catalyst for change
Federal Computer Week | October 12, 2012
An op-ed from Van Hitch, Senior Advisor to Deloitte Consulting LLP and former CIO at the Department of Justice discusses the three important steps that could help federal CIOs and executives realize the power of IT to be a catalyst for agency change. Hitch says that giving CIOs more budget authority, integrating IT more closely with mission functions and creating an IT strategic plan will help agency CIOs to champion the development of integrated, enterprisewide IT strategic plans that are tied to agency mission accomplishment.
GovConExec | September 19, 2012
JR Reagan, Federal Chief Innovation officer and Principal at Deloitte & Touche LLP was features in GovConExec discussing the Federal Security Management Act, highlighting the fact that the amendment “provides a comprehensive framework for protecting our nation from current and future cyber threats.”
MOBILITY SECURITY meeting the challenge
GovConExec | September 19, 2012
GovConExec featured Brad Eskind, Principal, Federal Technology, Deloitte Consulting LLP, in an article about security in the federal mobility environment and the Deloitte 2012 Tech Trends report .
Challenges facing the new air force chief of staff
National Defense TV | September 16, 2012
General Wald, Director, Deloitte Services LP and leader of Deloitte’s Department of Defense Practice, was featured on This Week in Defense News in an interview with Vago Muradian. The interview focused on the challenges new Air Force Chief of Staff, Gen. Mark Welsh faces.
The 3 Keys to motivating Feds during tough times
Government Executive | September 13, 2012
David Dye, Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, was featured in Government Executive for his involvement in a panel called "Leadership Beyond Limits: Breakthrough Practices for Increasing Employee Motivation.” The panel focused on the role that leadership and employee motivation play in a successful organization.
Reorganization and restructuring in government presented by Deloitte
Federal News Radio | July 30 2012
John Powers, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP participated in a Federal News Radio discussion panel presented by Deloitte. The panel, “Reorganization and Restructuring in Government,” consisted of five experts who used their knowledge of reorganization and restructuring to discuss how Federal agencies could more efficiently reach their mission with limited resources.
Agent of change
Wall Street Journal's CIO Journal | July 26, 2012
Van Hitch, Senior Advisor, Deloitte Consulting LLP was featured in the Deloitte Insight section of the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal. The article highlights Hitch’s integral role in updating the Department of Justice’s IT systems during his tenure as CIO at the agency.
Prince Harry, Peter Westmacott, Jill Biden, soldiers
Bloomberg | May 8, 2012
Robin Lineberger, Deloitte Federal Services CEO, was quoted in Bloomberg, discussing his admiration of wounded soldiers. At a wounded warrior reception with England’s Prince Harry and athletes from the recent Warrior Games Presented by Deloitte, Lineberger said he admires their “can do” attitude and said that seeing the soldiers overcome their disabilities made him think twice before “whining” about his own physical limitations. Also in attendance at the event were Second Lady Jill Biden, British Ambassador Peter Westmacott and Chief of Paralympics for the U.S. Olympic Committee, Charlie Huebner.
OMB gives agencies four months to figure out shared services
Federal News Radio | May 4, 2012
Tim Young, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discussed OMB’s Shared Services Strategy with Federal News Radio. The new strategy, which details the steps over the next four months agencies must take to begin chipping away at more than $46 billion in duplicative IT investments, Young said, “The intention of the strategy seems to be a focus on flexibility. Agencies simultaneously must measure performance and capabilities of the existing LOBs and improve them so more agencies adopt them over time. Additionally, it encourages agencies that don't use shared services to develop intra-agency shared services to consolidate at a more local level."
GovCon Exclusive: Deloitte Federal Govt services CEO Robin Lineberger
GovCon Wire, May 3, 2012
GovCon Exclusive: Deloitte Federal Govt Services CEO Robin Lineberger
Robin Lineberger was also featured in a GovCon Wire “CEO Profile” series. He discussed various topics, including his entrance into the firm with the acquisition of Bearing Point. Lineberger told the magazine that providing each one of Bearing Point’s 3,500 public sector division employees with an opportunity to work at Deloitte has been his biggest professional satisfaction “bar none.”
Warrior Games are on in Colorado
Rapid City Journal | May 2, 2012
Deloitte was mentioned as a key supporter of the Warrior Games in a preview story that depicted the week-long event as a cooperative effort between government and private organizations to emphasize the role of athletics in the recovery of wounded, ill and injured service members. The story also quoted two of the event’s participants – Willie Jackson of the Air Force basketball team and Senior Master Sgt. Mike Sanders.
Telework: A federal view
FedCentral | May 2, 2012
Naomi Leventhal, Director, Deloitte Consulting Federal Human Capital practice, and Jim Reidy, Director, Deloitte Consulting and national lead for the Real Estate & Location Strategy practice, discussed the benefits of telework on FedCentral. “We're making progress,” Leventhal said. “I think that it's safe to say that a lot of Federal agencies have embraced the concept [of telework], and they have embraced also the objectives, the real goal of the Telework Act, which is to make possible for their employees a more flexible work environment, better work-life balance, and to achieve some of the many goals of telework that were intended when the act was passed.”
Michelle Obama helps open 2012 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs
Inside World Parasport | May 1, 2012
Robin Lineberger, Deloitte Federal Services CEO, was mentioned in a recap highlighting Michelle Obama’s participation in the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Warrior Games presented by Deloitte. United States Olympic Committee chief executive Scott Blackmun was also quoted as saying, “We’re grateful to Deloitte and the rest of our partners for making this significant endeavor such a success.”
Obama Warrior games
KOAA-TV5 | May 01, 2012
The Deloitte logo is pictured in a moving shot of the Olympic Training Center’s cauldron, where first lady Michelle Obama spoke to encourage competitors and torchbearers in the opening day of the 2012 Warrior Games competition.
2012 Warrior games kick off, first lady speaks
U.S. Air Force | May 01, 2012
Robin Lineberger, CEO of Deloitte Federal Government Services, delivered remarks at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Warrior Games presented by Deloitte, along with esteemed guests including first lady Michelle Obama, United States Olympic Committee (USOC) CEO, Scott Blackmun, and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey.
Wounded Warrior games interview
WPMT-TV | April 30, 2012
The Deloitte-sponsored Warrior Games are highlighted in a feature segment with John Register, Associate Director, Community and Military Programs, USOC and Ryan McIntosh, 2012 Wounded Warrior games participant.
GUEST COLUMN: Warrior games competition fosters sense of community
Colorado Spring Gazette | April 30, 2012
General Chuck Wald, Director Deloitte Services LP and Leader of Deloitte’s Department of Defense Practice, and Tim Schmieding, Director Deloitte Consulting LLP and Colorado Market Leader, authored a guest column in the Colorado Spring Gazette. The piece commends the Warrior Games presented by Deloitte for inspiring recovery and achievement among those injured in combat, and encourages those in the Colorado Springs community to cheer the athletes at the Games. “It’s the duty of those in the armed forces to defend our nation against all enemies. Some pay the ultimate sacrifice and some return home with life-altering injuries. In turn, it is part of our duty to support them upon their return. We urge all in the area to cheer on these heroes as they compete in the Warrior Games.”
Wounded Warrior games begin today
KCRA-TV | April 30, 2012
Robin Lineberger, CEO of Deloitte Federal Government Services, appeared on KCRA-TV live from the Warrior Games presented by Deloitte in Colorado Springs. Lineberger discussed the idea behind the Games and the team-building benefits warrior athletes take away from the competition.
‘Warrior games’ help wounded veterans heal
Fox 13 News Salt Lake City (KSTU) | April 30, 2012
General Raduege, Chairman of the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation, was features on KCRA-TV discussing the importance of the Warrior Games to the rehabilitation of injured, ill and wounded veterans and service members.
Wounded vets compete in Warrior games
Yahoo News | April 30, 2012
Charles Huebner, Chief of Paralympics for the United States Olympic Committee, notes Deloitte’s sponsorship of the Warrior Games on Yahoo! News and WRAL-TV. Huebner goes on to discuss how the Games help injured veterans and service members get involved with sports programs in their communities to help further their mental and physical rehabilitation.
Wounded Warrior games coming to Huntsville
WHNT TV-19 | April 30, 2012
Deloitte is mentioned as the sponsor the Warrior Games in a news segment live from Colorado Spring with Paralympian John Register.
Warrior games help wounded military members
KFMB | April 30, 2012
Paralympian John Register notes Deloitte as the sponsor the Warrior Games in an interview at the Warrior Games.
The Warrior games
KKCO- TV | April 30, 2012
Paralympian John Register describes the benefits warrior athletes get from the Deloitte-sponsored Warrior Games in a segment on KKCO-TV in Grand Junction, CO
Study: Fed workers down on bosses
Politico | April 26, 2012
Deloitte was recently mentioned as a key supporter of a recent Partnership for Public Service study on how federal workers view the management of large government agencies in which they work. According to the study, employees gave their management a score of 54.9 out of 100 for effective leadership and are struggling with feeling empowered in their work environment. This news was also covered by Government Executive.
We need a lot more cyber patriots
San Antonio Express-News | April 19, 2012
A byline by General Raduege, Director of Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Chairman of its Center for Cyber Innovation, and Paul Nadeau, Principal of Deloitte Consulting LLP and San Antonio market Leader, was published in the San Antonio Express-News. The piece emphasizes the need for additional education resources around science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines to help train our country’s future cyber patriots. General Raduege and Paul Nadeau also tout competitions like the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (NCCDC) for helping prepare the brightest cyber talent for careers in cyber defense.
University Of Texas at San Antonio to host 2012 national collegiate cyber defense competition
Dark Reading | April 16, 2012
General Raduege is also quoted in Dark Reading, underscoring the gravity of cyber threats and the importance of the NCCDC competition. “Our nation is under constant attack from various cyber criminals, from individuals stealing personal financial information to sophisticated terrorist networks seeking to hack into our electrical grid and be a detriment to our way of life,” said General Raduege. “Our nation continues to seek out and employ the best and brightest to combat cyber crimes. Competitions such as the NCCDC help refine the skills necessary to man our new front lines.”
National cyber-security competition showdown playing out in San Antonio
San Antonio Business Journal | April 13, 2012
The San Antonio Business Journal wrote a lengthy news story on the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition and mentioned Deloitte as a major sponsor of the event.
National cyber defense championship more than just a game
Government Computer News | April 11, 2012
General Raduege is quoted in a Government Computer News, discussing the role NCCDC plays in preparing the next generation of cyber defenders. “For a number of years, we have been trying to encourage interest in STEM [science, technology, engineering and math] education,” said General Raduege. “This is encouragement and recognition of the skills we need.”
Our future cyberdefenders set to face off
NetworkWorld | April 9, 2012
General Raduege, Chairman of Deloitte’s Center for Cyber Innovation, discusses the importance of seeking out the best and brightest cyber defenders through competitions like the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, sponsored by Deloitte.
British troops invited to take part in Warrior Games
Inside World Parasport | April 5, 2012
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has announced that British armed forces volunteers will be taking part in the third annual Warrior Games Presented by Deloitte. The 2012 Games for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans are also supported by the US Department of Defence, the Department of Veterans Affairs, USO, Fisher House, the Daniels Fund, AT&T, BP and the Bob Woodruff Foundation.
A culture and a calling
GovConExec | April 1, 2012
Robin Lineberger, Federal Government Services CEO, was featured in a profile in GovConExec. The piece discusses his leadership qualities and practical management style which encourages innovation in the workplace. Lineberger attributes his military culture in shaping his leadership style, which he self-describes as “characterized by strong personal leadership, respect for authority, individual responsibility, and accountability,” he says. “I tend to think of management as a strong leadership role rather than an administrative role because of how I grew up.”
Analysis: This could be government's finest hour
Government Analysis | March 21, 2012
Robin Lineberger, CEO of Deloitte Federal Government Services, and John Powers, Deloitte Principal of Merger and Acquisition Consultative Services, co-authored a byline in Government Executive, which discusses the strategic approaches that the government should take to realign spending through prioritizing, consolidation and collaboration.
Could Paul Ryan’s cuts to the federal workforce cost taxpayers money?
The Washington Post | March 21, 2012
Dan Helfrich, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, shares alternative solutions for conserving Federal budget with The Washington Post. As the Federal government prepares to cope with challenging budget cuts, Helfrich suggests that focusing on recruiting talent and establishing better ways to measure performance would be more impactful in saving budget, and would help avoid blanket federal workforce cuts.
DoD organizations need 'analytical maturity,' expert says
Federal news Radio | March 15, 2012
On The Federal Drive with Tom Temin, Jim Hagy, director of the defense human capital practice, discusses how informed human capital decisions can ultimately helping drive mission performance during this time of reduced federal budgets.
Q&A with Robin Lineberger of Deloitte: Leading the charge for Leukemia research – Ball March 31st
Washington Executive | March 14, 2012
Robin Lineberger, CEO of Deloitte Federal Government Services, spoke with WashingtonExec to discuss the upcoming 2012 Leukemia Ball in which he serves as the Senior Co-Chair.
Who should protect networks? Lawmakers are deadlocked
Federal Times | March 12, 2012
As two cybersecurity bills are circulating in Congress, General Harry Raduege, chairman, the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation discusses with the Federal Times the tactics that would best slow the advance of cyber attackers. This is the subject of fierce debate that could derail both cyber bills. Sharing intelligence, coupled with better legal protection for companies that return the favor, could have a significant impact on security.
Keeping America safe: The new defense strategy
Federal News Radio | March 07, 2012
General Chuck Wald, director of Deloitte Services LP and leader of Deloitte's Department of Defense practice, General James Jones, senior advisor, and Tom Davis, director of federal government affairs, discuss their insights about the Department of Defense’s impending budget cuts on the March edition of FedCentral on Federal News Radio.
Industry, unions step up pressure to block automatic defense cuts
AOL Defense | March 07, 2012
General Charles Wald, leader of Deloitte's defense sector and one of the authors of the report, participated on a panel to discuss Deloitte’s findings and its implications in a new report prepared by Deloitte for The Aerospace Industry Association (AIA) which counts down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the automatic cut of $1.2 trillion in government spending.
How to make government innovative again
Forbes | March 06, 2012
A report lead by Deloitte government analyst Bill Eggers titled, "Public sector, disrupted," examines how certain innovations can provide opportunities for governments to more efficiently shape public services and processes. Referenced in a Forbes article about how the public sector can play an important role in the economy’s future.
Deloitte wins navy IDIQ for recruiting, personnel analysis
Executive Biz, | March 05, 2012
Deloitte’s contact with the Navy to provide business analysis and transformation services was featured in Executive Biz.
Deloitte names John Bigalke Natl. public policy lead, healthcare practice senior partner
GovCon Wire | February 27, 2012
Deloitte’s appointment of John Bigalke as National Leader of Public Policy and Senior Partner of the Global Healthcare Practice. Bigalke comes to the position after nine years as U.S. National Industry Leader for the Deloitte's Health Sciences and Government Industry Practices.
Justice CIO heads to Deloitte, by Matthew Weigelt
Washington Technology | February 21, 2012
Van Hitch discusses the transition into his new role as Senior Advisor with Deloitte after nine and a half years as director of information technology at the Justice Department.
TARP and Federal Innovation: 'Federal Spending' episode 11
AOL Government | February 16, 2012
William Eggers, Global Director of Deloitte Research's Public-sector Division, led a team of Deloitte GovLab researchers in preparing a report, "Public sector, disrupted: How disruptive innovation can help government achieve more for less." On the AOL Government podcast, Eggers provided commentary on doing more with less, noting that budget-cutting is too often "an exercise in across-the-board spending cuts."
Pentagon oil spending may snarl efforts to trim $490 billion
Bloomberg | February 08, 2012
General Wald, Director, Deloitte Services LP, and Leader of Deloitte's Department of Defense Practice, discusses the U.S. military's consumption of oil.
Breaking tradeoffs: The power of disruptive innovation in the public sector
AOL Government \ January 31, 2012
William Eggers, Director, Deloitte Research and Audrey Vaughn a GovLab fellow and consultant in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Strategy and Operations practice.
New research from Deloitte’s GovLab is featured on AOL Government. It discusses the ways that Government can achieve more while spending much less.
Washington area appointments and promotions
Washington DC | January 23, 2012
General James L. Jones, USMC (Ret) former National Security Advisor and 32nd Commandant of the Marine Corps, has joined Deloitte LLP as Senior Advisor. In his new role, General Jones will work in an advisory capacity with Deloitte’s federal and commercial clients and Department of Defense practice.
2012 The rise of the virtual workforce
Federal Computer Week \ January 23, 2012
Mark White, Chief Technology Officer, Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Technology Practice discusses the new trends and technologies that will transform the federal workforce into a mobile powerhouse.
No desk, no nameplate, half the workspace: Feds adjust to hoteling
Federal Times | January 21, 2012
John Carr, Specialist Leader, Deloitte Consulting, Federal Real Estate Location Strategies, discusses the ways that Federal agencies are looking to cut spending by reducing their real estate footprint — potentially saving millions of dollars in leasing, maintenance and energy costs.
Will 2012 Be the Year When the Bottom Falls Out?
National Defense | December 21, 2011
General Charles F. Wald, Director Deloitte Services LP and Leader of the Deloitte’s Department of Defense Practice discusses the year ahead for Defense Contracting. Wald says that
Pentagon suppliers are headed for a period of “turbulence”.
Robin Lineberger of Deloitte 2012 GovCon Advice: value quality, low costs
Washington Executive | December 01, 2011
Robin Lineberger, CEO, Federal Government Services, Deloitte LLP, predictions for federal agencies and contractors for 2012.
Analysis, data analytic's to drive agency efficiency
Federal News Radio | December 01, 2011
Brad Eskind, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and federal technology and analytic's leader tells Federal News Radio Data analytic's can help managers find ways to become more efficient throughout their agencies.
Senate wants New Legal Deadline for DoD Audits
Federal News Radio | November 30, 2011
JoAnn Boutelle, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP; Former Deputy CFO of the U.S. Department of Defense discusses her testimony before the House Armed Services Committee panel on Defense Financial Management and Audibility Reform.
Basic Training Enters Unfamiliar Territory in Cyberspace
Defense Systems | November 28, 2011
Lt. Gen. Peter Cuviello, former Army CIO and now director of network-enabled operational support at Deloitte Consulting. Discusses the military’s cyber training efforts.
Government Operating Data Hart to Find, Harder to Use: Deloitte Study
AOL Government | November 25, 2011
Brad Eskind, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and federal technology and analytics leader tells AOL Government that data analysis can help agencies get more value out of their existing data, by revealing under-performing programs or fraud, waste and abuse.
Leadership from the top, well-trained workforce are key to DoD audits, experts say
Federal News Radio | November 18, 2011
JoAnn Boutelle, partner Deloitte & Touche LLP testifies before a special panel of the House Armed Services Committee about readying the Department of Defense for an audit by the deadline, 2017.
Cyber training no longer basic
Federal Computer Week | November 18, 2011
Lt. Gen. Peter Cuviello, former Army CIO and now director of network-enabled operational support at Deloitte Consulting tells the Federal Times “The services need to focus not just on training but the education that goes along with it.”
Energy management enters the C-suite
Industry News | November 16, 2011
Dave Fornari, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Federal Energy Management and Sustainability leader tells Industry Week that it is time for companies to take a more strategic approach to energy management.
Green gov mandates threatened by budget cuts
Federal Times | November 06, 2011
Rebecca Ranich, director, Deloitte Consulting, LLP and co-lead of Deloitte’s Federal Government Energy Management/Sustainability initiative discusses how budget cuts are impacting federal agency efforts to meet green government initiatives.
Viewpoint, the waiting game
Government Executive | November 01, 2011
Janet Hale, director, Deloitte Services LLP writes that the time has come for agencies to get out in front of the budget ax to capture cost savings in the short term and help shape their future over the long term.
How audits can increase Infosec budgets
Gov Info Security | October 19, 2011
Amry Junaideen, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP, Technology Risk and Cybersecurity leader for Deloitte’s Federal practice and Mike Brown, senior manager, Deloitte Federal Technology Risk practice highlighted in an interview about using risk-based decision making to substantiate decisions about IT security spending.
Conservatives advised to adopt 'cloud' workers in public service sector
Vancouver Sun | October 19, 2011
Bill Eggers, director, Deloitte Research-Public Sector, presented his FedCloud vision Wednesday at the Government and Technology Event (GTEC) at Ottawa Convention Centre. How a cloud-based workforce would house employees who do creative problem-based work.
What does the future federal workforce look like?
Federal News Radio | October 17, 2011
One Hour Interview
Dan Helfrich, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and leader of the Federal Human Capital Practice; Bill Eggers, global director for Public Sector Research, Deloitte Consulting LLP; John Palguta, vice president, Partnership for Public Service; Charles Tierney, Deloitte Consulting discuss FedCloud “the Future of the Federal Workforce”.
U.S. power plants vulnerable to cyberattack
Financial Times | October 11, 2011
General Harry Raduege, Chairman, the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation discusses cybersecurity and the power grid. (complimentary registration requested to view story)
The expanding cyber industrial complex
Financial Times | October 11, 2011
General Harry Raduege, Chairman, the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation video interview about the expanding role of cyber and the expansion of the cyber domain.
What do the federal workforce and cloud computing have in common?
Federal Computer Week | October 11, 2011
Dan Helfrich, Deloitte Principal, Federal Human Capital, discusses how the 21st Century Federal Government workforce might use a shared services model.
What does a clould based workforce look like?
Federal News Radio | October 05, 2011
Bill Eggers, Director, Deloitte Research-Public Sector, discusses recent GovLab research “The Future of the Federal Workforce” or Fed Cloud.
With 108 Congressional bosses, DHS at oversight 'tipping point'
Federal News Radio | September 30, 2011
Janet Hale, Director, Deloitte Federal Government Services discusses Congressional oversight of the Department of Homeland Security.
Deterring Attackers in Cyberspace
The Hill | September 23, 2011
General Harry Raduege, Chairman, the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation and Senior Counselor for the Cohen group op-ed “Deterring attackers in cyberspace.
CEO of Deloitte Federal, Robin Lineberger’s “Secrets to Success”: Don’t Compromise
Washington Executive | September 23, 2011
Robin Lineberger, CEO Deloitte Federal Government Services profile;“Simple Secrets to Success from those who know”.
Preparedness, for zombies and beyond
The Washington Post | September 16, 2011
Deloitte’s collaboration with the Partnership for Public Service generated coverage recently from the analysis of 2010 Office of Personnel Management data on job satisfaction within the government related to age.
Pay off your private cloud -- by sharing it
Federal Computer Week | September 12, 2011
Brian Siegel, federal practice service line leader for infrastructure operations for Deloitte Consulting discusses how Federal Agencies are using shared services.
The Tonawanda News | September 11, 2011
General Pete Cuviello, Director, Network Enabled Operational Support (NEOS), Deloitte Consulting LLP discusses his remembrance of 9-11-01.
Study: Younger Feds happier at work than older Feds
The Federal Times | September 08, 2011
Deloitte’s collaboration with the Partnership for Public Service generated coverage recently from the analysis of 2010 Office of Personnel Management data on job satisfaction within the government related to age.
Research shows best (and worst) agencies for young Feds
The Federal Daily | September 08, 2011
Deloitte’s collaboration with the Partnership for Public Service generated coverage recently from the analysis of 2010 Office of Personnel Management data on job satisfaction within the government related to age.
Reading to prepare for the BSC 9-11 symposium
The Bismark Tribune | September 04, 2011
General Charles F. Wald, Director, Deloitte Services LP and Leader of Deloitte’s Department of Defense Practice to address Bismark State College about the events of September 11, 2001.
This Week in Defense News with Vago Muradian
WUSA-TV | September 03 and 04, 2011
General Charles F. Wald, Director, Deloitte Services LP and Leader of Deloitte’s Department of Defense Practice featured in a two part interview to discuss how the Libya campaign could shape future US military operations.
Transition to telework
By Line | September 2011
Erv Lessel, Director Deloitte Consulting, LLP, discusses the key role that leaders play in the transition to a flexible government workplace.
Future defense capabilities
This Week in Defense News | September 2011
Host Vago Muradian discusses future defense capabilities with General Charles F. Wald, director Deloitte Services LP and Leader of The Department of Defense Practice.
Defense energy: Small, incremental steps do better than sweeping reforms
National Defense Magazine | September 2011
Interview on the Defense Department’s energy strategy with General Charles F. Wald, director Deloitte Services LP and Leader of The Department of Defense Practice.
14 win DHS cybersecurity awards
Washington Technology | August 26, 2011
Deloitte named by the Homeland Security Department and the General Services Administration to a blanket purchase agreement which will help agencies implement Risk Management Framework for cybersecurity.
OMB seeks to clarify 2013 budget guidance
Government Executive | August 22, 2011
Janet Hale, director Deloitte Federal Government Services discusses how agencies are beginning to address their tightening budgets.
Budget chaos reigns: 2012, 2013 plans in disarray in wake of debt deal
The Federal Times | August 15, 2011
Tom Davis, director, Deloitte Federal Government Relations discusses how Federal financial managers might be dealing with the budget challenges ahead in the wake of the Congressional deficit agreement.
Tight budgets prompt IT cutbacks
The Federal Times | August 14, 2011
Tom Davis, director Deloitte Federal Government Relations discusses how Anticipated budget cuts are prompting agencies to cancel or defer planned information technology projects, share and outsource more IT functions, and make more trade-offs in plotting their IT investments.
Reading between the lines: DoD’s cyber operation strategy
AOL Government | August 10, 2011
Top Story on AOL Government and AOL Defense a by-line from General Harry Raduege, Chairman, Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation examines the Defense Department’s new cyber strategy.
Contracting a Net-Centric Future
Military Information Technology | July 2011
Dan Marion, Director, Deloitte Consulting discusses the Air Force NETCENTS-2 revamped IT acquisition program.
Cutting Federal Energy Costs: Power Up Your Strategy
AOL Government | July 27, 2011
Rebecca Ranich, co-lead of Deloitte’s Federal Government Management/Sustainability initiative discusses the energy investment roadmap.
New DoD Strategy Gets Serious on Cybersecurity
Federal News Radio | July 26, 2011
General Harry Raduege, Chairman, the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation discussed the recently released Department of Defense cyber strategy.
Memo to the Next Federal CIO: Here’s the job…
Federal Computer Week | July 21, 2011
Federal Computer Week discusses the role of the next Federal CIO with Tim Young, senior manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP.
U.S. Power Grid: Ripe for Cyber-Attacks
The Street | July 15, 2011
Lt. General Harry Raduege (USAF ret.), Chairman, Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation discusses power grid vulnerabilities with The Street
Uncle Sam’s Efficiency Push: Is It a Boom or a Bane for American Businesses?
CFO World | July 13, 2011
Janet Hale, director, Deloitte Consulting LLP discusses government efficiency in a cost consciousness environment with CFO World
Industry Analysts: Defense Outlook a Mixed Bag
National Defense Magazine | July 12, 2011
Deloitte’s Defense leaders Tom Captain and General Chuck Wald discuss the state of defense contracting
The Business Imperative of Volunteerism
Washington Technology | June 29, 2011
Washington Technology recognizes Deloitte for pro bono leadership.
Your New (shrinking) Workplace: Agencies Resort to Tightsizing
Federal Times | June 27, 2011
Naomi Leventhal, a director in Deloitte’s Federal Human Capital practice, discusses government office space in a telework environment.
Agencies Must Incentivize Saving
Federal News Radio | June 16, 2011
In a live radio interview, Tom Davis, director Federal Government Relations, Deloitte LLP and former member of Congress tells the Senior Executive Association Leadership Conference that innovation in the Federal workplace should be incentivized by rewarding change.
Managing to Do More With Less
Federal News Radio | June 16, 2011
A live radio interview with Janet Hale a director at Deloitte Consulting and former undersecretary for management at the Department of Homeland Security. She tells the Senior Executive Leadership Conference that doing more with less is the new normal for Federal agencies.
The International Flavor of Cybersecurity
Federal News Radio | June 10, 2011
JR Reagan, Deloitte Federal Solutions Group Leader, discusses the East/West Institute Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit with Federal News Radio.
Keeping up With the Latest in ID Management
Federal News Radio | June 2, 2011
Identity Management changes are impacting agencies across the Federal Government. Carey Miller, director of technology risk at Deloitte joins Francis Rose on Federal News radio to share her insights on the latest developments.
China Google Hackers' Goal: Spying on U.S. Government
CBS News | June 2, 2010
Lt General Harry Raduege, Chairman, Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation and honorary chairman of the annual East/West Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit discusses breaking news about cyber intrusions with CBS from London.
Does Consolidating Programs Pay Off?
Government Executive | May 25, 2011
Deloitte byline article from Deloitte Clarence Crawford, director of the Deloitte Federal Financial Management Solutions Center, examines whether program consolidation can reduce government spending.
The 2011 Top 25 Consultants: Gene Procknow
Consulting Magazine | Tuesday May 24, 2011
Consulting Magazine recognizes Deloitte executives for the third consecutive year. Procknow joins Lineberger, Solomon and Swedlund to receive consulting magazine honors.
Cybersecurity and the Energy Infrastructure
Platts Energy Week | Sunday May 22, 2011
Deloitte’s Lt. General Harry Raduege (USAF ret.) interviewed on Platts Energy week discussing cybersecurity and the global energy infrastructure.
Metrics Take the Guesswork Out of Gov 2.0
Federal Computer Week | May 16, 2010
Do Government Social Media sites truly create value for agency missions? Deloitte’s Doug Palmer, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP discusses the benefits of collaborative efforts.
TechStat: Getting into the weeds of IT management
Federal Computer | May 4, 2011
Tim Young, senior manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP and former deputy administrator of e-government and IT at OMB, discusses TechStat an in-depth, metrics-based reviews of major IT programs.
Defense Budget Cutting to be A Way of Business
Federal News Radio | April 26, 2011
JoAnn Boutelle, Deloitte DOD segment leader for financial transformation discusses defense budget retractions with Federal News Radio.
Infantry Platoon Leader’s Adaptability Translates to Success at Deloitte.
GI Jobs Magazine | April 12, 2011
Alex Haseley, Chief of Staff for the CEO of the Federal Practice at Deloitte LLP profiled in GI Jobs Magazine.
Tips to Brace for Budget Cuts
Federal News Radio | April 12, 2011
Gene Procknow, Managing Director of U.S. Federal Government Services at Deloitte discusses DOD cost efficiency on Federal News Radio.
U.S. Needs Many More Cybersecurity Experts
San Antonio News Express | April 6, 2011
Op-ed from Robin Lineberger, CEO Federal Government Services and Paul Nadeau, principal, and San Antonio market leader on creating an army of cyber warriors.
OMB Prepares for Open Gov Sites to Go Dark in May
Federal News Radio | March 31, 2011
E-Government funding decline may darken websites, Deloitte’s Tim Young discusses the cause and impact.
Moving Telework from Compliance to Competitiveness
The Public Manager | Spring edition 2011
Deloitte byline article highlights Telework Enhancement Act implementation for Federal agencies.
Vigorous Analysis of Data Can Bring Cost Savings
Federal Times | March 21, 2011
Insights about the strategies that federal agencies can use to recapture improper payments are outlined in an op-ed in the Federal Times by Greg Pellegrino who is global public sector industry lead and U.S. federal government leader and Pat Nigro is director at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP.
Tablets and Cloud Solutions Empower Public Sector Workers
Government Computer News | March 14, 2011
Deloitte’s Federal technology leader Brad Eskind discusses the growth of tablets and mobile platforms in the federal government and their impact on cloud services.
How to Grow Young Feds at Your Agency
Federal Computer Week | February 10, 2011
Earlier this year, the Obama administration announced that it was establishing clearer pathways to recruit students and recent graduates to government service. Michael Gelles, a director at Deloitte Consulting, discussed ideas that government can use to create the kind of environment in which young feds can be successful.
Fill Out Your Brackets: College Teams Set for Spring Cyber Showdown
Government Computer News | February 8, 2011
Deloitte is the National sponsor of the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (NCCDC) which will take place in San Antonio in April, 2011. In a recent interview, JR Reagan, head of the Deloitte Center for Federal Innovation explains why the competition is part of a nationwide effort to identify and develop talent that is increasingly in demand for a professional cybersecurity workforce.
Network of Experts Embodies Government by the People
Federal Computer Week | January 28, 2011
Deloitte Consulting Senior Manager Tim Young discusses the proposed creation of a wiki called ExpertNet which would allow agencies to tap a larger well of expertise.“ExpertNet is the next generation of citizen consultation,” said Young, former deputy administrator for e-government and IT at the Office of Management and Budget during George W. Bush's presidency.
OMB Proposes Federal IT Public Procurement Makeover
Public Tendering | December 22, 2010
Tim Young, senior manager at Deloitte Consulting discusses the OMB Federal IT reforms. “Given the fact that the U.S. government plans, acquires, implements and operates more IT than any other organization globally, but hasn’t yet fully realized the benefits of innovation through technology, a government-wide strategy of this nature is both prudent and timely”, said Young.
Agency Funding Rules Could Challenge Obama’s IT Reform Plan
Federal Computer Week | December 21, 2010
Tom Davis, Director of Government Affairs for Deloitte discusses flexible IT budget models and whether the OMB IT plan can work without them.
The Top 20 People to Watch in 2011
ExecutiveBiz | December 14, 2011
As the countdown to 2011 begins, Robin Lineberger, Deloitte Federal CEO is named to the ExecutiveBiz third annual list of the Top 20 People to Watch from Government and Industry.
Industry, Feds React with Optimism to OMB’s IT reforms
Federal News Radio | December 10, 2010
Overall I think the OMB IT management reforms are a step in the right direction," said Tim Young, a former OMB official and now a senior manager with Deloitte Consulting. "They are consistent with commercial practices of iterative deployment of cloud technologies-crawl, walk, run-and the need for transparency and accountability of performance.”
OMB Outlines IT Reforms
National Journal | December 9, 2010
In an interview, Tom Davis, Director of Federal Government Relations for Deloitte, who was closely involved in government IT issues as the former chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said he believes the OMB IT reforms are "moving in the right direction."
White House Details Sweeping Changes to Federal Computing
NextGov | December 9, 2010
In an interview, former Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., who once chaired the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, praised the administration for the thought it has put into this endeavor. Executing the strategy, however, could be tricky due to factors outside the executive branch's control, such as congressional politics. "By and large, they are common sense steps," said Davis, now director of federal government affairs for Deloitte & Touche LLP
Industry Says Ambitions White House IT Reform Plan is Doable
Federal Computer Week | December 9, 2010
Tim Young, a senior manager at Deloitte Consulting and a former Office of Management and Budget official, said he doesn’t think the government’s plan is overly ambitious, it just incorporates new ideas.
Lawmakers Try to Water-down the Pay Freeze
Federal News Radio | December 8, 2010
Tom Davis, Director of Federal Government Affairs for Deloitte & Touche LLP discusses the impact of the of the pending pay freeze for federal employees.
Improve Deployment Plans for DoD Civilians
Defense News | November 29, 2010
In a Defense News Op-Ed, Deloitte Consulting draws a parallel between the efficiencies of the supply chain and the methodologies used in the deployment of civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan or the deployment chain. In both, the ultimate goal is to deliver the right service, to the right place, at the right time.
Public Sector’s Perfect Storm
Consulting Magazine | November 23, 2010
Consulting Magazine talks with Robin Lineberger CEO, Deloitte Federal Government Services and Bob Campbell leader of the U.S. State Government Practice about the state of the public sector.
Telework Requires 'Culture Change'
Federal News Radio | November 22, 2010
Dr. Naomi Leventhal, director in Deloitte Consulting's Federal Human Capital Practice, discusses the new telework bill with Chris Dorobek on Federal News Radio. She says that telework will require a "culture change" at Federal agencies.
Washington Tapping Into Telework for More Flexibility
Workforce | November 19, 2010
Deloitte Featured in Workforce Management Article about the Telework Bill and the changes that Federal Agencies will need to make to implement the new requirements.
OMB Plan to Streamline IT Purchasing Wins Praise But Faces Headwinds
nextgov.com | November 19, 2010
Deloitte’s Tim Young discusses the recently announced plan from the Office of Management and Budget to change the way the federal government buys $80 billion worth of hardware and software annually.
Last GOP Oversight Chair Sees No Rush to Pass Cybersecurity Bill
GovInfoSecurity | November 12, 2010
Tom Davis, Director of Federal Government Affairs for Deloitte & Touche LLP and the last Republican to chair the House committee with primary cybersecurity oversight, says he doesn't expect any quick action on significant IT security legislation when Congress returns for its lame-duck session later this month or in January, when the GOP takes control of the House of Representatives.
Deloitte to Help Train Next Generation’s Cyber Warriors
Executive Biz | October 21, 2010
Deloitte announced today it would be a national sponsor for the annual National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.The event, which was founded in 2005 by the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS), brings together undergraduate and graduate students at different universities across the United States in an exercise that simulates a network cyber attack.JR Reagan, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP and head of the Center for Federal Innovation, said the competition allowed students to demonstrate their academic and technical skills to potential future employers.
Cybersecurity is 'Really About the People,' Official Says
Government Executive | October 21, 2010
During a Deloitte hosted panel discussion, federal officials and security analysts said building a multidisciplinary, highly skilled workforce is at least as important as developing information technology tools to combat cybersecurity threats.
Feds Experiencing Critical Cybersecurity Staff Shortage
Defense Systems | October 21, 2010
Deloitte panelists say that the Federal Government is experiencing a critical cybersecurity staff shortage.New recruiting, training programs can help, but government needs to change hiring process, panelists say.
Redefining Leader Development: Organizational Learning that Encourages a Culture of Transformation
International Journal of Leadership Studies | Volume 6, Issue 1, 2010
Deloitte’s Dr. Kirk Mensch and Dr. Myra Dingman redefine “Leader Development” in an article recently published in the International Journal of Leadership Studies. In the article, Mensch & Dingman argue for emphasis in self directed learning, personal transformation & sustained behavioral change, and moral development as important components to consider in any successful organizational leader development program.
Analysis: In Defense of FISMA
nextgov.com | October 14, 2010
Deloitte’s Tom Davis, and JR Reagan construct a case for FISMA reform. A critical component of the cyber debate focuses on the procedures that federal agencies use to keep information safe -- a task that since 2002 has been governed by the Federal Information Security Management Act. Among various proposals introduced during this Congress, FISMA reform has been a recurring theme.
ExecutiveBiz Spotlight Interview with Ruby DeMesme of Deloitte
ExecutiveBiz | October 6, 2010
Ruby DeMesme is the director of Human Capital Innovative Market Strategy at Deloitte Consulting LLP, where she helps federal clients find solutions in matters of human capital transformation, change management and cybersecurity. She also helps provide guidance in bridging the leadership gap in public and private agencies. In the interview, she discusses her decades of Defense Department experience and she also gives advice to Federal Managers who are thinking of making a transition to the private sector.
Deloitte Bolsters Cyber Biz
nextgov.com | October 5, 2010
Deloitte & Touche LLP has nabbed the former Federal Aviation Administration cybersecurity chief to expand its threat intelligence business, officials at the consulting company announced on Tuesday. Col. Michael F. Brown, who had been FAA's chief information security officer since 2001, will now serve as a senior manager in Deloitte's federal technology risk practice, a division that designs strategies for risk management and cybersecurity.
Fed Agencies Lack Resources, Leadership to Go ‘Green’
Environmental Leader | September 24, 2010
A new survey from Deloitte and the Government Business Council shows that Federal agencies still face hurdles in making “green” government a reality, primarily due to a lack of resources and leadership. According to the survey the most common challenge agencies face is a lack of funding, cited by 40 percent of respondents. In addition, 29 percent have outdated facilities or fleets, and about one in four believes that sustainability is not an agency priority, and reports a lack of coordination or a clear decision maker.
Cyber Experts: Espionage, APTs, Malware among Most Dangerous Cyber Threats
The New New Internet | September 13, 2010
Deloitte’s JR Reagan, Head of the Center for Federal Innovation talks about the cyber security threats from global players, where intruders can harness and marshal thousands, if not millions, of computers to attack an organization’s systems.
Gen. Harry Raduege to Lead New USIBC Homeland Security Mission
The New New Internet | August 31, 2010
Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation’s Lt. Gen. Harry Raduege will be leading a new Homeland Security Executive Mission, which seeks to bolster a deeper defense and strategic partnership between the United States and India.
Build an Army of Cyber Warriors
The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2010
In a recent op-ed published in the Baltimore Sun, General Harry D. Raduege, Chairman of the Deloitte center for Cyber Innovation and Susan C. Aldridge, President of the University of Maryland University College, discuss the need for the next generation of cyber warriors who are trained to protect America’s cyber infrastructure.
Infected USB drive blamed for '08 military cyber breach
Computerworld | August 25, 2010
Deloitte’s JR Reagan talks to Computer World Magazine about the minor vulnerabilities may have let to the breach of U.S. defense networks in 2008. An infected USB drive was blamed for the malware that was uploaded to the network run by U.S. Central Command.
Pentagon official reveals "most significant" military breach
SC Magazine | August 26, 2010
J.R. Reagan, public sector cybersecurity leader at Deloitte Consulting, tells SC Magazine that the Department of Defense should be applauded for sharing information about the 2008 breach of Defense Department computers. Termed the most significant breach of American military computers ever, it began with an infected thumb drive according to a top Pentagon official. Reagan says, “This should not be viewed as the bad guys won and black eye for security,” he said. "There is an opportunity to learn from an event such as this.”
Space and Cyber: A Valuable Strategic Alliance
High Frontier | August 2010
In a recent article for High Frontier Magazine, Rich Baich, Security and Privacy Principal for Deloitte & Touche LLP, talks about the need for space and cyber operations to work together to strengthen public and private alliances and take action to develop strategic deterrence.
The Refashioned Defense CIO
GovInfoSecurity | August 12, 2010
Lt. Gen. Harry Raduege, a former DISA director, who co-chairs the Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency and chairs the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation, shares his ideas on the elimination of the Defense Department's Network and Information Integration unit.
Building a 21st Century Workplace Saves Time, Money
Federal Times | July 25, 2010
Seth Siegel, director in technology strategy and architecture for Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Anne Weisberg, director in talent at Deloitte Services LLP, share research and experiences on ways agencies can save time and money in today’s economic challenges.
University Offers New Cybersecurity Degrees
Bank Info Security | July 22, 2010
Lt. Gen. Harry Raduege, who chairs the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation and is a co-chair of the Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency, states "My main motivation to develop the program is to create a workforce that can help protect us from ongoing threats - cyber espionage, identity theft, data theft - and help us track down cyber criminals and effectively respond to attacks and experiences on a daily basis."
How to Make Your Agency Energy Plan Really Work
Federal News Radio | July 20, 2010
David Fornari is a principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP, which recently launched a new federal energy management and sustainability initiative aimed at helping agencies execute their plans.
GSA to Vendors: Go Green or Else
Federal Times | July 12, 2010
Paul Campbell, head of Deloitte's energy trading and risk management practice, said many firms will choose to move forward on greenhouse-gas reduction even in the absence of a federal mandate. Stephen Engler, head of Deloitte's U.S. carbon management services practice, expects that situation to change.
OPM Study on Workplace Flexibility Moves Forward
Federal News Radio | July 9, 2010
Naomi Leventhal, Director with Deloitte Consulting in Training and Management Assistance, discusses The Office of Personnel Management's pilot study of workplace flexibility to Federal News Radio.
Cyberspace Act Offers Industry Incentives
Homeland Security Today | June 24, 2010
Tom Davis, Director of Federal Government Affairs at Deloitte Services LLP states "The bill [National Asset Act of 2010] provides a liability protection to owners and operators in the private sector that comply with these new risk-based security requirements. That is critical.”
Commentary: Securing the Wild, Wild Web (and networks, and e-mail…)
McClatchy Newspapers | June 30, 2010
Lt. Gen. Harry Raduege, USAF (Ret) and the Honorable Tom Davis, provide insight on cyber crime and the federal government.
Exclusive: OMB to Propose Major Changes to Financial Management Systems
Federal News Radio | June 15, 2010
Goldstein, a former chief operating officer at the Government Accountability Office and now director at Deloitte Consulting states, "I view the memo as the first step in the beginning of a reframing of the approach to procurement of federal financial management systems."
White House Eyes Financial Systems Overhauls
Information Week | June 15, 2010
Tim Young, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP, adds that the increased involvement of OMB can only add to the benefits. "Transparency leads to clarity leads to accountability leads to results."