Francis Rose, host of the “Government Matters” television show joins the show to discuss some fundamental differences between Donald Trump and Joe Biden related to government IT modernization. We also discuss how the outcome of this election could affect IT budgets at both the federal and regional government levels and why organizations have shifted from a compliance-first approach to mission-first.
Mike Sarraille, CEO of EF Overwatch, former US Navy SEAL and co-author of "The Talent War," joins the show to discuss how his experiences as a special warfare operator translate into talent acquisition. We also explore ways that government can compete for top candidates and what he learned about leadership coming out of the Battle of Ramadi.
Elizabeth Clor, Chief Marketing Officer at Contegix joins the show to discuss how her organization pivoted in the midst of the pandemic, strategies for dealing with digital fatigue, and the value of customer persona research. We also explore how running marathons has positively impacted her career.
Matthew Cornelius, Executive Director of the Alliance for Digital Innovation (ADI), and former Senior Advisor for Technology and Cybersecurity Policy at the White House's OMB joins the show to discuss technology problems that agencies are facing, including antiquated operating models and processes, plus how his organization is working to influence policies to drive innovative change in government.
Juliana Slye, CEO and Managing Principal of Government Business Results joins the show to discuss what marketers should be focused on as they build a strategy post-pandemic. We also deliberate ways marketers can duplicate the value of in-person events in today’s conditions and what programs her team has deployed on behalf of her clients that drove positive change.
Paul Puckett, Director of the Enterprise Cloud Management Office (ECMO) for the U.S. Army joins the show to discuss his vision for the future of cloud for the service branch. We also talk about why this new cloud office was created last year, his career in the private sector, and why the Army views data as the new ammunition for the future fight.
Suzette Kent, Former CIO for the United States Government joins the show to discuss her legacy and some of the things she wants to see accomplished with her successor. We also talk some technologies she sees becoming mainstream soon, her love of all things LSU sports, and her advice for the next Federal CIO.
Tom Mahoney, head of marketing at DLT Solutions, joins the show to discuss their latest acquisition and what it means to the business. We also talk about ways for marketers to further their careers by adding value in non-traditional places and lessons learned in our new digitally-focused normal.
Lou Anne Brossman, Founder and CEO of Government Marketing University joins the show to answer questions that listeners have submitted including ways to shift into virtual conferences and how to overcome revenue deficits. She also discusses the GAIN 2020 Conference and other programs from GMarkU.
Allan Rubin, the Chief Marketing Officer at ORock Technologies joins the show to discuss how to develop a channel marketing focus into your next fiscal year strategy. We also talk about how his career evolved from sales into marketing and how that has positively impacted how he approaches his relationships with business development executives.