When crises arise, governments have demonstrated a tremendous capacity to respond. So why do we wait until then to fix problems we know exist?
How can you establish a scalable and secure method for containerized application delivery? Increasingly, organizations are taking two approaches.
Login.gov identity service is now available to city and state governments. Here’s why this is the biggest govtech news to come out in the last five years.
Using low-code development platforms, agencies can keep pace with policy changes and more rapidly deliver agile, flexible citizen experiences.
During GovLoop’s latest online training, a group of public sector and private sector discussed the myths and misconceptions surrounding government.
We can tell the difference between a digital interaction that’s user-friendly and one that’s not, yet many of us struggle to articulate why something might be difficult to use. Here is some common language to help.
Now more than ever, agencies must improve citizen experiences by retiring paper-based processes in favor of digitization, automated forms and modern case management.
The longer training lasts, the more distractions that can derail learning. Microlearning videos can help resolve some of the most common distractions.
Here are five factors agencies should consider while drafting their work from home (WFH) policies for the time after the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The first wave of COVID-19 has shown us how agencies need to invest in shifting away from reactive customer experience to proactively offering digital solutions.”