Dot-Gov Goes Retail

By Judi Hasson and Graeme Browning, Federal Computer Week | 05/25/2001 Featured on USA Today Move over,! Make way for your newest competitor in e-retailing: the federal government. In the first (read more ... )

Deadly Railroad Crossings Challenge States

By Judi Hasson | March 31, 2016 On a rain-soaked evening in December, 70-year-old Phyllis LeBlanc and her husband, Steven, were ferrying home her 12-year-old twin grandsons from their birthday party at a (read more ... )

Mass Transit: Cities Embrace Big-Ticket Transit Projects

By Judi Hasson | January 07, 2016 This story has been updated to say the federal transportation bill would allocate $12 billion annually to mass transit. Cities across the country are moving forward (read more ... )

Women In Federal IT: Bringing Innovation To The Private Sector

By Judi Hasson | for | March 13, 2012 In honor of Women’s History Month, Breaking Gov highlights women’s relatively recent breakthrough in the growing and increasingly crucial world of federal (read more ... )

State Department Revs up Mobile Website Diplomacy

By Judi Hasson | for | July 13, 2011 The State Department’s public diplomacy mission is constantly evolving, seeking to reach foreign audiences in new and more creative ways. And for (read more ... )

DHS ICE Targets Child Predators In Expanding Homeland Security Mission

By Judi Hasson | for Most people don’t think of child sex crime cases as a homeland security threat. But it most certainly is, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is (read more ... )