Since COVID-19 emerged, highly urbanized areas felt the most concentrated effects of the deadly virus. How will this pandemic impact urban planning and design?
State and Local
The battle between threat actor and network defender comes down to survival of the fastest.
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From matters of life and death to the benefits of streamlined workflows and real-time information, governments are seeing benefits from GIS functionalities in their technology systems.
Reacting is what IT managers did in March. Now, they are taking a step back to reassess the planning element with the benefit of recent lessons learned.
Currently, 40% of Americans report they don’t have a REAL ID and 57% of Americans are unaware of the deadline or the possible impact it could have on potential travel plans.
In Castle Rock, Colorado, data-informed policies and a focus on education in place of police tickets reduced citizen crashes.
By the count of a recent GovLoop survey, public service has held up pretty well six months later considering the unscripted, tumultuous changes of COVID-19.
Racism is taking a toll on the physical and emotional health of people of color. Now is the time for governments to set policies and contribute to the solution of improving health outcomes for all people.
What compels an employee to go beyond what is required and provide what’s needed? What moves them to listen and serve with compassion and empathy?