Welcome to the latest edition of GovLoop’s exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of December 4, 2020.
New research findings make clear that local government’s approach to service cannot be one-size-fits-all. At a time when effectively reaching and engaging all community members is imperative for public health and continuity of government operations, understanding and meeting generational differences is critical.
To develop a strong cyber defense, management needs to have a high-level understanding of what their CISO and IT managers guard against daily.
The most successful project managers have IT skills, as well as communication, collaboration, and other “people skills” to help guide agency initiatives.
The second-largest county in Utah, Utah County, transformed its outdated election processes into a location-enabled system suited for modern-day elections.
To realize the full benefits of their massive and growing stores of data, government agencies need to think in new ways about data management. Rather than coming at data management strictly from a technology perspective, they need to look at how they can get that data into the hands of their decision-makers, according to twoRead… Read more »
When many top technologists and data scientists discuss what they do, the first words out of their mouths won’t be about the technical daily grind.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced both government and higher education to think more about remote data and other cybersecurity concerns.
Depending on the use case, serverless application development can improve efficiency and agility while reducing cost. Here’s how.
Adding a service mesh to microservices can improve visibility, monitoring, management and security. Read on to learn more.
Some enterprise organizations are providing application developers working from home with a better solution: a browser-based IDE.
Try this approach to relieve your IT team of many administrative tasks and enable them to focus on delivering more value to the agency.
Count down to the holidays with GovLoop and NextGen and find out which professional development reads will make your future career days merry and bright.
At GovLoop’s recent virtual summit, government and industry leaders highlighted their efforts to future-proof agencies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It’s not just about ensuring employees complete the course and check the box, but how did that actually improve the mission?”
Phishing tactics have steadily evolved, either in response to new defensive measures from security companies, increased awareness among users or a change in attackers’ priorities.
Agencies desperately depend on citizen trust to achieve their missions, which makes mistrust a stumbling block of major proportions.
Whether or not you make tech decisions at your agency, this checklist will help you better understand and communicate the impacts of the cloud for users.
On the GovLoop online training, Finding Productivity in Chaos, Erica R. Wexler shared tips and tricks for remaining focused and effective during turbulent times.
Early on, network outages disrupted NASA’s remote workers, prompting quickly implemented architectural improvements to resolve those issues.
Most organizations have between 20 and 75 security solutions, each solving a separate problem. While these tools can help fight specific cybersecurity threats, they often don’t integrate well with one another, creating visibility problems and complexity overload.
Developing a nimble workforce requires the right mix of recruitment, reskilling and upskilling. To connect this trinity, modern workforces need a continuous learning culture enabled by online training.
“A lot of training opportunities skew toward technical positions. But that’s only a part of the equation.”
Just like managing your heart health leads to a better life, managing data holistically means you’re in good shape for the long run.