Citizen engagement is a large part of how success is defined in government, particularly on the state and local levels.
Communicating with citizens or stakeholders is essential for any government program to succeed. But how do you know if you are sending your audience the right message, at the right time, with the right call to action?
State and local government employees across the country have found themselves in the midst of a technological crisis: outdated infrastructures, higher citizen expectations and IT hiring challenges are just a few of the concerns being raised.
Automation tools make it easier for cybersecurity professionals to enforce security best practices and meet internal and external security mandates.
Cloud adoption helps state and local governments deliver stable, protected access to their networks from any mobile device.
Today, one of the most important capabilities for a government organization to possess is effective communication – both between employees and with constituents. Now more than ever, that communication is vital. But, it’s also more challenging to achieve.
If your organization has an IoT initiative, include plans to integrate it with your GIS. The benefits of both technologies will be much more substantial.
When you’re unhappy at your job and you’re not feeling supported or valued, it’s easy to lose your confidence in your abilities. When your confidence wanes, make sure you find other ways to build it back up.
Many theories have come out of the study (and mistakes) of urban planning. The latest is the concept for a Smart City.
The purpose of software oversight is nothing more than to manage the risk of failure. The cost of oversight is more of the cost of risk avoidance.