GovLoop has three tips for agencies hoping to modernize their mainframes without hitting people, process or technology barriers.
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The COVID-19 pandemic complicated this situation further for federal agencies. Whether they’re civilian or defense, these networks have been under unprecedented strain as most government employees have been working from home.
One of the great advantages of taking on diverse activities is that it gives you the ability to exercise your mind in both familiar and new ways.
If governments employ the technology Gen Z is dependent on, they can harness Gen Z’s energy, creativity, ideas, and diversity to great benefit.
The more concise you are, the more effective you can be in providing information that leads to the best decision-making outcomes.
The chief of staff in an organization serves as the glue holding the network of disparate employees together for mission success.
A comprehensive COOP plan will allow agencies to be resilient rather than reactive. It takes into account partnerships, people and assets.
The Defense Digital Service team has compiled years of hiring and recruiting knowledge into a downloadable guide that it calls “Break the Code.”
Six use cases for how agencies can use self-service analytics to empower their teams and accelerate the COVID-19 response and recovery.