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.
With the inauguration of a new president and convening of a new Congress, localities will have to move quickly to ensure they can carry out a smooth transition for their federally funded projects amid an ongoing, increasingly devastating, pandemic.
There is still plenty of presidential transition uncertainty you have to allow for in your planning. Here are several resources and tips to help.
During a recent online training, our editorial team broke down five trends in government for 2021, including analytics, cybersecurity, and diversity and inclusion.
“There are a lot of folks who love equity as a concept, but knowing how to actually do equity work is where the challenge comes in.”
We turn now to how a new administration could impact the four envelopes and federal IT in general — at least how we hope it could make an impact.
The collaborative development envelope addresses poor performance and provides incentives to achieve better solutions with a transparent approach.
It is important that all employees are aware of their rights in the workplace to ensure they are being treated fairly on the job.
Now, the challenges around remote work is not so much a technology issue but a policy one, said Rob Beutel, the Air Force’s Deputy Chief Information Technology Officer.
It’s important to understand collaborative public management as an additional tool in our toolbox to become better public administrators.