At GovLoop’s online training Wednesday, panelists identified three things you should avoid in your digital transformation journeys, whatever they may look like.
State and Local
The average age of Washington IT employees is mid-50s. It’s a number that state CIO Bill Kehoe thinks about often.
What happens when the need for innovation outweighs both the capacity of the IT department and the city’s ability to invest in more hardware and people to manage it?
At GovLoop’s online training Thursday, government experts spoke about what agencies are focused on in this phase of bolstering their cybersecurity.
Seattle implemented a unique strategy to expand housing choices—relying on a new, interactive mapping website to guide consumers.
As difficult as overcoming the opioid epidemic might seem, it is not impossible for state and local leaders.
Montana’s Department of Natural Resources and Conservation employed maps and dashboards to add transparency to the distribution of economic stimulus funds.
At the intersection of all types of reforms we cover — people, technology, innovations and budgets — lies one that has reimagined what it means to communicate: videoconferencing.
Agency decision makers and frontline workers should work to improve online constituent experiences. Here are tips for enhancing those interactions.
How can we communicate with people impacted by a project when the rest of the planet is also vying for their attention? The answer might be simpler than you think.