Can you imagine trying to solve different challenges in the same way constantly? You can use the same method only so many times before it stops working in the face of a new challenge or unpredictable circumstance. That’s why agencies can’t afford to problem-solve like a broken record. Public servants need fresh perspectives and creativeRead… Read more »
It isn’t only organizational efficiencies that make data literacy worthwhile. Fostering data acumen is tied to the core mission of government agencies: serving constituents.
In Atlanta, one nonprofit is using geographic tools help locate and analyze often overlooked land within and alongside highways as sites for solar panel arrays.
In customer experience management, one way to improve inclusion and increase trust is to consider overlooked or underserved individuals. Here are a few practices for CX professionals and federal leaders who want to foster inclusivity as they improve customer experience.
It doesn’t matter if you can knock down all the silos within an organization. If you give people insights, can they use them?
One of the goals of Open Data Day is to encourage the adoption of open data policies in government. In that spirit, it’s important to highlight the inspiring work of the people and agencies who are bringing open data policies to life.
Here are four ways agencies at any level can improve the quality of the data used in making their decisions.
With most agencies now fielding hybrid workforces mixing on-site and remote workers, data recovery may be more important than ever.
The public sector is at the forefront of community impact, particularly when efforts are supported by modern technology and data’s use is maximized.
Check out these noteworthy dashboards, stories and resources that are playing a pivotal role right now in improving response to the homelessness crisis.