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NOAA Spotlight – Engaging STEM Youth, Citizen Science & Crowdsourcing

NOAA Spotlight – Engaging STEM Youth, Citizen Science & Crowdsourcing

Farrell Proffitt November 24, 2015 0

We’ve all read front-page headlines about hazardous weather, changes in climate, and other environmental threats. The Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) challenges young people to not only read the headlines

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Federal Contracting & Cool: Top 5 Reasons Why RIVA Is DC’s Coolest Company

Federal Contracting & Cool: Top 5 Reasons Why RIVA Is DC’s Coolest Company

Farrell Proffitt August 20, 2015 0

Five years ago, RIVA Solutions was built on a very simple philosophy: “Happy Employees, Happy Customers. Today, we are one of the fastest growing Small-Business Federal Contractors in the nation, and recently named Finalist for DC’s Coolest Companies. Here are

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Employees Doing Cool Things Outside the Office #VIVALARIVA

Employees Doing Cool Things Outside the Office #VIVALARIVA

Farrell Proffitt August 20, 2015 0

  In RIVA’s latest Facebook campaign, we are highlighting our creative culture as one of DC’s Coolest Companies and our unique focus on work-life balance using the hashtag #VIVALARIVA. These four unique employee stories will

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7 Trending Topics in Federal Government Contracting

7 Trending Topics in Federal Government Contracting

Brittany Alexander September 13, 2014 0

1. Reddit users have their say on rebranding ‘net neutrality’ What’s a better name for “net neutrality,” the principle to treat all Internet traffic equally? If Reddit users had their way, it would be “Freedom

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7 Trending Topics in Federal Government Contracting

Brittany Alexander June 7, 2014 0

1. Patent and Trademark Office hosts IT career fair for Vets Veterans need jobs too! And the USPTO is looking to them to fill open IT positions. The career fair will take place on June

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7 Trending Topics in Federal Government Contracting

Brittany Alexander May 3, 2014 0

Here is your weekly round-up of the latest news in Government Contracting! 1. DOE paid more for contractor BYOD than if it had issued government phones The Energy Department ended up paying more to contractors

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Real-Time Response Agencies Rocking Social Media

Real-Time Response Agencies Rocking Social Media

Naveen Krishnamurthy May 1, 2014 1

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just load our messages into a nice scheduling platform, set the time, and be on our way? But what if say…the government shuts down? A hurricane happens?

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Social Media in Government: More Than a Check Box

Social Media in Government: More Than a Check Box

Naveen Krishnamurthy April 17, 2014 2

When I Googled “how to develop a social media policy,” hundreds of results popped up that would be helpful to any person starting out. I previously discussed the howto.gov resources and circumventing the information

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7 Trending Topics in Federal Government Contracting

7 Trending Topics in Federal Government Contracting

Brittany Alexander April 12, 2014 0

This week, we feature the top stories from April 7th until April 12th, including the Heartbleed bug! 1. Federal Websites Avoid Heartbleed Risks, DHS Says The government’s main public websites are not at risk from

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7 Trending Topics in Federal Government Contracting

7 Trending Topics in Federal Government Contracting

Brittany Alexander March 28, 2014 0

1. Intelligence community IT integration contract could be worth $6B Federal intelligence agencies could spend up to $6 billion over five years on a wide-ranging information technology contract aiming to integrate IT services into a

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