How can we protect ourselves from chemicals in the food supply?
What happens to all the plastic that we throw away? It persists in the environment, where it can cause problems, especially if it’s in the form of small pieces, called microplastics.
I have often struggled in my work to fight against the notion that we need quantitative data as a precursor to believing the lived experiences of impacted people.
The nature of public sector work is politics, both with a “big P” and “small p.” Navigating the bureaucratic waters of government requires political savvy.
Have you ever wondered what chemicals are lurking in your food? Which pesticides are on your apples? Whether there’s arsenic in your rice? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has.
There’s also a tendency to believe that complex mobility challenges can be solved largely by creating effective multi-modal transportation systems. Unfortunately, this assumption can lead to bad outcomes.
The PIF program is also a chance for the government to educate the private sector and public about the importance of federal research, which has spawned watershed technologies.
How are cities are coping with the balance of popularity and safety of dockless devices?
Just as communities can collectively experience trauma, they can also be a tremendous resource for resilience and healing.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) just released their FY 2021 guide to the President’s Budget. As federal agencies prepare to submit their requests, information technology and customer experience dominate the agenda.