With open data, governments shouldn’t be transparent for transparency’s sake, but to grow the trust of the citizens in their leadership.
SaaS solutions help local governments offer better, more flexible services to their residents. If recent developments are any indication, partnerships between tech innovators and City Hall will transform the way people think about public services.
You’ve probably noticed that some website URLs start with “http” while others start with “https”. The extra “s” may seem small, and perhaps barely noticeable to the less savvy user, but that little letter has big implications on website security. So, what does the extra “s” mean, and why is it important for your government… Read more »
“The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.”
Soft skills don’t always get the respect they deserve. But they can still make or break our careers. Here’s how to improve on them.
Some businesses are embracing the idea that they can make positive contributions to society and still be in the black at the same time
The Americans with Disabilities Act protects access for citizens with disabilities. What happens when governments fail to meet compliance standards?
The future of open data is about growing the user base. Taking a lesson from the creator of Mario Bros. can make data portals easy to use.
If you have worked for a while, you have undoubtedly had to face an inconvenient truth — sometimes conflict is inevitable.
States, anticipating the destabilization of their insurance markets, are exploring ways to ensure high coverage and low premiums. Here are some options they have to reverse, or at least mitigate, the impact of the mandate penalty repeal.