Combatting the opioid crisis demands a multi-factored approach.
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If you haven’t made professional plans for 2019 yet, you may be feeling the heat. But GovLoop has an opportunity for you.
The government IT workforce is rapidly approaching a retirement tsunami, and a potential crisis in hiring, retainment and recruitment.
Communities need to learn to think GIS first to drive long-term decision-making and planning by implementing data-driven decisions and collaboration with geodesign.
As we come to the end of the year, govies of all levels and functions should be considering what’s on the horizon for technology and how it could affect their agency, mission, and day-to-day work in 2019.
When thinking about population health management nationally, health centers are an important piece of that puzzle – and data is driving their continuous improvement.
Today’s opioid crisis is a complex problem that affects governments at all levels. To make an impact on this significant problem, governments need a new approach that involves leveraging data and technology. Cloud-based technologies offer a way forward for better collaboration and data sharing sources.
To the surprise of many, moving data to the cloud does not necessarily make it secure. Agency IT and security operations teams must still use cloud providers’ tools and processes, as well as their own existing infrastructure, to protect data.
Read on to meet the new GovLoop Featured Contributors, who will be posting once a week for the next two months. We’re excited to introduce you to them – and even more excited to read what they’ll be writing about.
What does IT modernization mean to you? That was the question posed to industry leaders at GovLoop’s “Where Collaboration and Digital Transformation Intersect” event.