In the first of a two-part series, get a brief overview of three tech concepts and some of the common pitfalls encountered when implementing them.
The technology challenges in rural America are real, but there are measures that can be taken to proactively address these concerns.
How can you establish a scalable and secure method for containerized application delivery? Increasingly, organizations are taking two approaches.
As government welcomes more technologists into the public sector, here are some tips for managers and leaders to create technology teams that can thrive.
Failing to address the widening tech skills gap is simply not an option. With this in mind, here are four initiatives that federal agencies should prioritize in the months ahead.
Agencies need to figure out ways to not just close budget gaps but also raise new revenue streams. To do so, they must prioritize services based on need, not want.
The biggest blockchain obstacles are also the easiest to clear – it only takes smart city boosters educating those in charge.
It’s difficult to get visibility into the right data, performance analytics is the engine for agencies to use data-driven insights to make better choices.
The evolving remote workforce calls for agencies to proactively change the way they function while improving agility and productivity for the long-term.
As a result of just three virtual efforts, citizens are more engaged than ever before. They have opportunities to get involved in their city.