- University of MichiganChemistry and Political Science, 1978 - 1982
- University of Detroit School of LawLaw, 1982 - 1985
- Federal Transit AdministrationAttorney, 2008 - present
- Contract Disputes Resolution CenterTrial Attorney, 2005 - 2008
What’s the Difference Between Office 365 and Office 2013?
After the hubbub surrounding the release of Windows 8 had died down, Microsoft had another software staple to unleash – the latest version o
The Start menu will return in new Desktop-optimized version of Windows 8...
With Windows 8.1 out of the way, Microsoft has now begun work on Windows 8.2. According to sources close to the development Windows 8.2, dub
CMS CIO to retire in wake of HealthCare.gov rollout
The chief information officer for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will retire Nov. 15, according to the agency.
Google Glass Wearer Ticketed for Distracted Driving
In a techie crime first, a California woman was ticketed for wearing Google Glass while driving. Cecilia Abadie was pulled over by San Diego
Bank of America intern Moritz Erhardt's tragic death is a chance for ref...
It’s still too early to know why 21-year-old Bank of America intern Moritz Erhardt died, but allegations that the young man collapsed after
New York State moving 120,000 employees to Microsoft Office 365 -- GCN
The move will give state employees the most current versions of the email and productivity tools, and it is expected to save $3 million annu
Hackers may have stolen personal information of 14,000 DOE employees, ag...
Hackers may have obtained the personal information of up to 14,000 past and present Energy Department employees, according to an internal em
Vandalism mars more D.C. landmarks; woman arrested - Washington Business...
At least three more popular Washington landmarks attractions were spattered with...
Amazon, Google and the Fortune 500 Silicon Valley tech companies with th...
Amazon, Google and the Fortune 500 Silicon Valley tech companies with the highest turnover
Just How Business-Friendly is the Supreme Court, Anyhow?
The U.S. Supreme Court term just ended was good for business—but not, percentage-wise, as good as you might think.