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IT Solutions Challenge 2015 Problem Description - Christopher Paris

By Christopher Paris · May 14, 2015

By the end of the first IT Solutions Challenge (ITSC) workshop on April 9th, six teams set out on a journey to try and fix some of the government’s largest IT problems. I tethered myself to the group dedicated to impacting the ways the government hires, motivates, and retains skilled IT personnel.

IT Solutions Challenge 2015 Problem Description - Kimberly McCarthy

By Kimberly McCarthy · May 13, 2015

The goal of our team is to solve inefficiency in government due to a lack of standardization across IT policies and infrastructure. Even though our group is made up of six different government agencies across both IT and acquisition, the problems encountered in both sectors prove to be very similar and important.

IT Solutions Challenge 2015 First Impressions - Gibran Mills

By Gibran Mills · April 30, 2015

In the Federal IT landscape, new buzzwords are constantly identified and implemented in the workforce. Terms like ‘agile’ and ‘better buying power’ are used so often that sometimes their true value is lost. Despite the unintentional dilution of these terms, on Thursday April 9, 2015, in the Indian Treaty Room within the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, synergy occurred.

IT Solutions Challenge 2015 Problem Description - Lori Zimet

By Lori Zimet · April 24, 2015

I’ve worked in the Federal Government for over 13 years, but the vast of majority of government agency work remains a mystery to me. When I heard that my managers at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission had nominated me for the CIOC IT Solutions Challenge, I was excited to participate in an exercise that would provide insight into the inner workings of the Federal Government that I haven’t yet encountered.