Executives use video project to coach younger feds


Federal executives from across government are reaching out to younger feds through an online video project launched this week by Fedscoop.

Chief information and technology officers from the Veteran Affairs, Justice and Agriculture departments are among the IT executives who will appear weekly on fedscoop.com/fedmentors in a series of one to two-minute videos. In the video interviews, executives offer career advice, insight about their first government jobs and updates on their current work.

This week’s featured mentor is Dave McClure, associate administrator for the General Services Administration’s Office of Citizen Services & Innovative Technologies.

McClure said among his office’s top priorities are expanding mobile interaction with the public and exploring greater use of cloud computing within the federal government. Integrating web, mobile and print platforms is also a priority.

Fedscoop’s online project will run through the end of the year and is designed to prepare and mentor the next generation of federal employees.


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