Do you have a sense of where to start in the interagency process? If not, these tips can help to lay the foundation and open the door to a productive and effective interagency tango.
How would your agency benefit from having the reputation as a place where career growth is accelerated?
Here’s how I applied the five stages of project management to our SharePoint journey.
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As the public sector moves further into cloud migration, it’s crucial to approach the process methodically at your agency.
We recently chatted with LaVerne Council about her time at the VA and what she thinks of the current government IT landscape.
Strategic planning is necessary to guide a department or agency into the future. Comparing where we are to where we need to be can stimulate ideas for steps and strategies involved in the formulation of a plan.
Policymakers wanting to improve their government’s performance are often presented with a rich menu of choices by their advisers. They are told that they could choose from several options: Budgeting Reforms, Performance Budgeting, Outcome Budgeting, Performance Agreement, Project Management, Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), ISO 9000, Lean Sigma and so on. Alas, as we shall see,… Read more »
For federal agencies seeking to confront tightened budgets while keeping pace with the rapid rate of technological innovation in 2018 and the years to come, Pivot3’s next-generation hyperconvergence is the smart path forward.
Imagine you just completed a big project. For the most part, you consider it a success, but inevitably no project goes 100 percent according to plan. While the “woulda/shoulda/couldas” are fresh in your mind, it’s easy to assume you’ll remember them when it comes time for the next project. Learn how a retrospective can help.