There are reasons to expect the in-home care industry will continue to grow in a post-pandemic society. What are some performance metrics to consider for start-ups in this space?
Like offensive lines create space for running backs to sprint into record books and quarterbacks to etch their name onto MVP trophies, government technology departments often lead agencies to their goals.
33 years ago, the Montreal Protocol laid the foundation for governments across the globe to coordinate action against a common threat. Today, in the face of COVID-19 and climate change, we need a new Montreal Protocol.
According to Nancy Rainosek, the ongoing coronavirus crisis presents cybercriminals with an opportunity to strike agencies and hospitals.
What can we do to help our employees, families, and friends to help them cope during this pandemic?
Managing stress can seem nearly impossible even on a typical routine day. So, how do we manage stress during such extraordinary times as now with the COVID-19 pandemic?
Challenges require creative solutions, but creative solutions can seem too risky in places like public sector health care. Yet, that didn’t stop this team to disrupt the status quo and produce critical solutions to cost and communication challenges in the state’s health care system.
As the workforce continues to experience changes, both gradual and drastic, organizations providing services to them may have to adapt as well.
When it comes to tackling issues like the opioid epidemic, disease transmission, reducing homelessness, civic inclusion and more, government has especially utilized GIS to serve their citizens and residents.
Vermont’s chief information officer (CIO) sat down with GovLoop to talk about his state’s successes in 2019 and what’s next in 2020 and beyond.