July 25, 2011

HUD TechStats: The 6Ps Approach

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Our guest blogger today is Chris Niedermayer, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Customer Relationship & Performance Management, HUD’s Office of the Chief Information Officer “Proper preparation prevents poor project performance”—this twist on a familiar phrase describes the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) approach to TechStat sessions. The concept of TechStats is gaining momentum as […]

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July 22, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Have a good, cool weekend everyone! Also, enjoy Friday’s housing roundup: First Lady Michelle Obama today toured a building that will soon provide housing to homeless veterans. College is expensive for everyone, but especially tough on homeless students. Massachusetts is one step closer to 1,000 new units of supportive housing. Some members of Congress want […]

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July 21, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The only thing hotter than this heat wave? It’s the Housing News Round-up, Duh! Enjoy with a hot jam and a cold drink: Duncan Black jumps into the gentrification discussion occurring in the housing blogosphere this week, sides with Ta-Nehesi. HUD’s own @TiffanyTS_HUD mixed it up a bit too, check her timeline for review. Ezra […]

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July 20, 2011

The Evolving CIO: Making Data Intelligent Under the Watchful Budget Eye

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Note: I started this blog series to share my reflections and create a dialogue on how the role of the CIO must adapt to meet the information management challenges that face us as we move deeper into the 2nd decade of the millennium. Summers within the Federal landscape do not mean a slower pace of […]

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July 19, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Missed the live tweets from HUD’s ongoing sustainability learning summit? You can still check them out at #sustainableamericas. (Also, in case you didn’t see it, take a look at guest blogger Stewart Sarkozy’s invitation to follow the event here). Matt Yglesias uses a Heritage Foundation report to argue that poverty is less about Xboxes and […]

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