To be successful in DevOps, agencies can do three things: create small teams for specific problems, get feedback from the customer and network small teams to solve more complex problems.
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Baltimore 311 may be the first to launch, but New York City 311 is by far the largest and busiest.
Communication is one of the most important aspects of leading. Great leaders must be sure they are speaking the same language as their employees. Learn how to ensure others understand what you are communicating.
Thanks to its hyperlocal niche, Nextdoor is getting more attention from people who work in public service and government communications.
Instead of gearing campaigns for the singular prototypical customer, there is more power in orienting a variety of marketing to target groups.
The government holds a monopoly on certain citizen services, but that doesn’t exempt them from making the experience smooth.
In the midst of even the busiest days, finding time to practice mindfulness can improve productivity and focus.
Jargon has an appropriate audience and is better used as a quick form of communication with the right people than as a display of expertise around the wrong people.