There are many ways government agencies can use social media on 9/11 to speak to people in a thoughtful way that will be appreciated.
Few technologies have been as transformative on the IT landscape as containers. Yet, despite being around for nearly two decades, the term still leaves many a technologist scratching their heads.
The regulation of short term rentals, as well as other industries that have arisen out of the sharing economy, has presented a unique challenge to cities across the globe.
If legislatures want their staff to feel safe, they need to put better measures in place to help safeguard staff who come forward regarding these abuses of power.
Have I made a difference? Have I left my mark? Here are found five powerful lessons I found, as I moved through that reflective thought process.
While the pace of technological advancement is exiting, it poses challenges for government. We are constantly having to evolve to meet citizens’ expectations, making the “future of financial management” a moving target.
Local governments’ use of instant messaging is often a one-way communication used to send alerts. While some issues can wait until regular office hours, some need to be addressed promptly or even immediately.
Many employees err by assuming that only management and executive staff need to strive for greater emotional intelligence. Actually, fine-tuning emotional intelligence is for everyone.
Why does the government regularly commit to $200 million programs? The answer is due to risk aversion.
Providing effective government engagement is a top priority of most agencies. A person-centered approach creates a full picture of the individual, not just someone who is receiving services.