IRS Commissioner: changes will prevent future problems; Memorial Day; + more

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Hello friends,
This Memorial Day weekend, please take a moment to remember someone who has made the ultimate sacrifice so we can enjoy living in the greatest country in the world.

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My latest commentary on Three takeaways from ACT-IAC’s Management of Change conference this week

Please find me at one of these events and say hello!
–June 2 – Federal News Radio custom media panel discussion on category management sponsored by Ernst & Young; Ken Brennan of the Department of Defense, Kevin Youel Page of GSA, and Angela Billups of HHS confirmed

–June 8 – Professional Services Council AcqTech 2015 conference, Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church – moderating a panel with Anne Rung, Administrator of
Federal Procurement Policy; Tony Scott, Federal CIO (invited); and Anne Altman, IBM US Federal and Government Industries. 1st conference call was this
morning – this will be a great discussion!

–June 18 – ACT-IAC GWAC Forum, Renaissance Downtown, Washington DC – panel discussion moderator

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Some of my interviews this week:
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen says the people at the IRS will prevent future scandals.

Mia Beers’s team at USAID spearheaded the US reponse to Ebola in Africa, earning her a Service to America Medal finalist spot.

Thrift Savings Plan Director of External Affairs Kim Weaver details the security testing the TSP will conduct.

ATF CIO Rick Holgate reflects on two years as head of the American Council of Technology.

Former Comptroller General David Walker says agency leaders should think more like COOs.

Two former federal CIOs, Molly O’Neill and Simon Szykman, chose the 3 most important federal news stories of the week on the Federal News Countdown.

Have a great week!