An interview with Tara McGuinness, on how networks, technology, management and data practices can be used to tackle inequity and other challenges.
To make evidence-based policy, takes more than information–it requires the ability to turn information into knowledge and to base decisions on it.
A new law dedicates $280 billion dollars over ten years to moving large-scale manufacturing — for semiconductors and other items — to the U.S. and fast-tracking investment of R&D for cutting-edge technologies.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) takes masses of information about scientific breakthroughs and translates it into audience-specific language that make sense to policymakers and the general public. That’s a challenging and critically important skill. Here’s how the GAO does it.
The acquisition workforce has been undergoing a gradual, yet constant evolution for the past decade or more as they’ve had to learn about and adapt processes to meet the needs of cloud-based technology, a growing remote/distributed workforce, agile development, and general digital dependence.
A new law is prompting the IRS to hire lots of new employees – and fast. But lessons learned from DHS can make this massive undertaking eminently doable.
Using complicated language makes it difficult for agencies to communicate effectively with the people they serve, and creates barriers to equity. New federal legislation, however, would require agencies to use plain and clear wording.
Wayne County, Michigan, is approaching its budget and modernization plans to ensure the most positive and lasting impact.
As difficult as overcoming the opioid epidemic might seem, it is not impossible for state and local leaders.
Montana’s Department of Natural Resources and Conservation employed maps and dashboards to add transparency to the distribution of economic stimulus funds.