In Castle Rock, Colorado, data-informed policies and a focus on education in place of police tickets reduced citizen crashes.
Six months in, here are some of the most important things agencies have learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and five ways they can keep moving forward.
The sixth and last change competency in government is vision. Vision translates thought into action for agencies. Creativity and vision are also key.
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.
Do you have a manager who likes your ideas, but gets so excited that they forget to listen to your full concept? Here’s what you can do about it.
Digital media is evolving as an important way to get an organization’s message out to the audience. Hear from an expert about upcoming trends.
Don’t wait for the opportunity to find someone to be your mentor. A mentor can help you become the person that you want to be.
During a session at GovLoop’s “Gov Innovators Virtual Summit” on Wednesday, panelists discussed some lessons learned from the pandemic that are likely to reshape how agencies think about IT.
How can you prepare government to lead change? Develop your strategic thinking by learning and experiences to set goals based on the environment and risks.
Discover how to be your best self by finding your voice and sharing it, seeking opportunities that grow you, overcoming your inner critic and staying true to who you are.