If the recent pandemic has taught government organizations anything, it’s that resiliency and crisis management always need to be top of mind.
We can all recognize that the role geography plays in executing an effective public health response is critical. Understanding how to apply location-based thinking enhances preparedness and response efforts.
Get the latest breakdown of several important types of grant programs agencies can pursue in addition to COVID-19 funding.
In order to meet the next set of deadlines, agencies must complete Action 4, which requires agencies to assess the coverage, quality, methods and effectiveness of current staff data literacy and data skills.
Closing equity gaps has the best chance of helping communities emerge from COVID-19 stronger, more resilient and more equitable.
Agencies must invest in tools and essential technology now to prepare for an expected surge in child welfare cases, as well as future public health or emergency crises.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created many new situations that government agencies must consider when accommodating employees with disabilities. Not only that, but the novel pandemic may also create new necessary accommodations as lingering effects become clearer.
Building resilience is a process that takes time, and it can be improved with training, coaching, career experiences, and educational information.
Federal employees should take the opportunity to comment on the new rule during the 30-day comment period that beings Monday, Aug. 10.
To advocate for healthy, safe and vibrant communities, the Institute for Public Strategies created a five-prong strategy, all of which use GIS to achieve efficiency and effectiveness.