Bridging generational gaps with modern technology improves service and contributes to more vibrant, successful communities.
At GovLoop’s recent virtual summit, government and industry leaders highlighted their efforts to future-proof agencies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
At GovLoop’s virtual summit Wednesday, two experts spoke about how COVID-19 accelerated data collaboration, how it can unlock innovation in government and the biggest hurdles agencies face now.
The fantasy of a single login with access to multiple public sector services isn’t so far-fetched, cybersecurity experts say.
Microservices are apps developed by breaking down their underlying components into smaller pieces with well-defined interfaces and operations.
Going forward, the Library of Congress (LOC) seemingly has a more digital future based on remote work and virtual content aimed at citizens.
The most successful court modernization efforts include technology integrations with other justice partners and increased use of cloud-based technologies.
A single app or portal can help local governments meet evolving user expectations, simplify work for staff and make the best use of budget resources.
Responsible for carrying out the election were not just poll workers and election officials, but thousands of IT staffers around the country who defended against cyberattacks.
Investing in content services can greatly improve CX and casting a content services partner will ease your agency’s journey to better CX.