Public institutions that open their doors to innovation need to create resources, skills and physical spaces dedicated to supporting innovation. The adoption of experimental methods and other capabilities are also fundamental. Here are five key elements that foster these innovation spaces.
GIS offers exciting new ways to address some of the world’s most pressing issues.
When creating a procurement chatbot (or any chatbot, for that matter), you need to have specific end goals in mind. We had three main goals for our IT procurement chatbot, PAIGE, that was designed to streamline the procurement process for state and local governments.
Taking the first step toward IT modernization can be incredibly difficult, particularly in the public sector. With so much accountability and so many potential mishaps, agencies are hesitant to move forward. This hesitation is increased due to the large costs and time required to commit to the modernization process, scaring many agencies away from making… Read more »
The world lost a great innovator this week, but the way we honor his memory is to be inspired by the stories he told and the example he set. You are never too old to start innovating.
Cloud-based security could be the future of user-focused identity and access management.
We are surrounded by incoming information at every turn. Silence is no longer something people seek to fill; it has become something people seek. How then can you get your message heard amidst all the noise?
You’ve done it! You’ve scored that corner office and now you get to manage a team of people as a first-time manager. Now what?
Let me share five guiding principles that can help appreciation “stick” in your workplace.
This gift guide solves your holiday shopping problems. It’s filled with lots of fun and meaningful treats for your hard-working government colleagues that don’t violate the ethics rules.