Why is your agency still using on-premises hardware and software? It’s easy to see you should be migrating to the cloud.
VA.gov was recently recognized for its hard work improving user accessibility. Since veterans are more likely to have visible and invisible disabilities than other demographics, enhanced accessibility was an especially worthy goal. Here’s what the VA did — and how.
Unhappy government employees may struggle to happily provide government services. But using feedback from OPM’s annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS), agency leaders can better gauge their employees’ needs and concerns, and work to improve the organization accordingly. That can make a world of difference.
With remote and hybrid work being permanent, the time is perfect to reexamine how we’re getting our jobs done to see if our tactics work for the long term.
It’s important to listen, understand and act on the different public health and services experiences of diverse communities. But it’s also important to understand non-medical health determinants.
You need a plan to help you learn smart and skill up quickly to advance in your career. Following the nine principles of ultralearning can help.
Innovation is the introduction of a new idea, method, or device. Changing processes is essential to making the best use of innovations in technology.
Data initiatives are on the rise. Here’s how governments of any size can get started leveraging their data.
A GAO team is exploring an array of innovative technologies to help government solve its toughest problems and is offering critical insights for public policymakers to consider.
Charlotte, North Carolina’s public water and wastewater department created an intelligent utility system with GIS technology.