There may not be a map to the future, but Esri’s story map technology certainly seems to be taking us in the right direction.
This blog is the second of six upcoming articles from GovLoop about the growing cybersecurity threat known as ransomware.
At GovLoop’s online training on Thursday, industry experts shared five best practices so public servants can provide the best digital experiences for the public.
Evergreen content isn’t just reserved for knitting tutorials or tips on getting new clients; it can be very applicable to government communications as well. Whether it’s a how-to on sorting recycling or a listicle of the top five places for bird watching, it will drive traffic to your website and gain attention on social media.
Product designers continue to push the frontier of understanding the user. This improves the usability of our systems and solutions. But at what point does it become the responsibility of the designer to drive habits and behaviors that the end user actually wants.
During an interview with GovLoop, NASCIO Senior Policy Analyst Amy Hille Glasscock argues that RPA’s benefits far outweigh its costs.
All government leaders should think about how they can create more useful and usable CAFRs and other financial reports, with an eye toward digitization.
The Defense Digital Service is a microcosm of what government is trying to do in pockets at the federal, state and local levels.
Combined with limited to non-existent budgets, government communicators must get creative to share their agency’s message. Thankfully, there are several useful and free platforms and apps to help communicators execute their varied roles with ease.
At GovLoop’s online training, experts shared insight into gov tech trends for 2020: being customer-centric through strategic data and shared services.