The acquisition workforce has been undergoing a gradual, yet constant evolution for the past decade or more as they’ve had to learn about and adapt processes to meet the needs of cloud-based technology, a growing remote/distributed workforce, agile development, and general digital dependence.
We don’t know what the future will bring. But that doesn’t mean we can’t prepare for it — and prepare our workforce to meet its challenges.
Industry is looking to secure government operations in the cloud, and offering tools and platforms that help ensure agencies’ zero-trust implementations align with existing governance and policies.
The latest installment of “Management Minutes with Mika” covers hybrid work myths.
Feedback is a two-way street, but asking for it directly isn’t always the best way to get it. Here are some tips for getting the guidance you seek.
Zero trust enables the Army Corps of Engineers to share the data it needs to, and still keep it secure.
The speed of innovation depends on the workplace environment that leadership develops and maintains. Here’s how managers can create a change-friendly culture.
Although cyberattacks are inevitable, three experts from government and industry discussed how agencies can strengthen their defenses.
Join us online Thursday, Oct. 6 from 2-3:30 p.m. ET/11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. PT for an interactive workshop on workflow improvement.
The benefits of hybrid cloud are clear but making the actual transition to the platform can be daunting. Check out these videos to learn best practices for a transition to a hybrid environment.
Investing in the cloud can present opportunities and obstacles. Here are the two big cloud considerations for city leaders.
With the right approach, government agencies can harness the power of modern data operations to speed digital transformation, protect sensitive data, eliminate data silos and build more agile workflows.
Public-sector customer experience gets to the heart of how employees and constituents interact with perceive agencies’ products and services. Yet pleasing both groups grows harder every time government workforce, budget and other constraints change.
Here’s how government leaders are infusing human-centered design into their everyday work and across their teams.
It can be difficult to feel psychologically safe at work, to sense that we have the trust and confidence of colleagues and supervisors. Here’s how to encourage a supportive office culture.
How can agencies continue an inclusive journey to deliver multichannel, human-centered services at a scale unlike any organization before?
Agencies need to pay attention to the people, processes and other factors that can either undermine or advance their innovative initiatives.
Did you know that Feb. 17 is Random Acts of Kindness Day? Kinder workplaces are crucial to both organizational culture and business outcomes.
Your data has a time value, whether you’ve explicitly acknowledged it or not.
“I think this pandemic forced everybody to step off the treadmill collectively and rethink how we want to go forward.”
With the right technology and mindset, the Census Bureau was able to bring data to decision-makers agencywide in the first digital census.
Leaders within the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services asked a radical question: Why can’t we get people a same-day response when they apply for benefits?“
City officials from Revere, Massachusetts, discuss how they approached rolling out their cloud strategy.