Here are four ways to improve your agency’s user experience (UX) before Joe Biden’s President’s Management Agenda (PMA) comes out.
Our jobs should be to ensure that the goods and services we procure meet minimum cybersecurity/data requirements.So take a look at what your organization’s Ts and Cs are and see how out of date they are.
By understanding the people you serve, using the right technology and adapting to your surroundings, you can modernize to the maximum extent.
Learn about Jennifer Sheehy, who leads the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) at the U.S. Department of Labor as the Deputy Assistant Secretary.
“I think it’s really important to ensure that people with disabilities are not an afterthought,” said Deputy Assistant Secretary Jennifer Sheehy.
We can only hope that a national conversation about caregiving will bring more awareness to the stress that drains us mentally, physically and financially.
Here are five factors agencies should consider while drafting their work from home (WFH) policies for the time after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many of these actions call for the use of data and a lens of racial equity to improve work conditions for feds and access to government services.
Here are some best practices for equating how information security can reduce risk to a level that is acceptable to your agency.
Does your government agency have an incident response plan? If so, how often do you review it or ideally practice it? Let’s review some of the obvious and some of the less well-known benefits of prioritizing the planning and testing of IR plans.