Last year, in the fall, employees were asked some basic questions about Inside Argonne and how well it works for them. The survey’s goal was to understand how well the intranet works or doesn’t work for employees today. After the Inside Argonne project is complete, the Inside Argonne Project Team plans to rerun the same … Read More
About David Jacque
Dave Jacqué manages internal communications for Argonne’s Communications, Education and Public Affairs Division. He designs and executes communication programs that keep employees engaged in the laboratory mission and informed about events, programs and services that help them excel. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to a water leak, there will be no food or coffee service in the Building 213 Cafeteria Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016. The water leak has been secured, but repairs are expected to take one to three days.
The Cafeteria will be open today for meetings or working individually. However, the restrooms will be closed. … Read More »
Proposals are wanted for NASA’s Advanced Information Systems Technology (AIST) program. Its goals are to identify, develop, and demonstrate advanced information system technologies that:
Reduce the risk, cost, size, and development time for Earth science space-based, airborne, and ground-based information systems, Increase the accessibility and utility of science data, and Enable new observations and … Read More »
The laboratory’s daily email update will sport a new look starting on Monday, along with enhancements that will make it easier to use. We’d be delighted to get your feedback — send your comments to Internal Communications Manager Dave Jacqué at email@example.com.
Although crosswalk reminder signs are meant to protect human pedestrians, drivers should stop for Canada geese as well. CEPA Senior Photographer Mark Lopez took this photo of a small gaggle crossing … Read More »
Reports by Congressional Research Service, sometimes referred to as “Congress’s think tank,” are available online.
The reports on www.everycrsreport.com provide valuable insight and non-partisan analysis of issues of public debate. They are relied upon by academics, businesses, judges, policy advocates, students, librarians, journalists, and policymakers for accurate and timely analysis of important policy … Read More »
Senior Scientist David Streets (ES) took these photos of a pair of sandhill cranes near Building 362. The large, migratory birds are probably resting for at time before resuming their long trek south for the winter. Read More »