There are many contract vehicles that are at the ready to be used; however, while navigating those choices can be unnerving, it doesn’t have to be done alone.
The equivalence of this in my adult life is being read to from a PowerPoint presentation that I could, you know, read myself. We’ve all been in those presentations, trainings or meetings. The presenter hands out a stapled version of the PowerPoint that’s on the screen. And then they read it to you. Verbatim. Don’t… Read more »
We are already more than half-way through the performance year. Now is this time to start thinking about annual accomplishment reports. Are you ready?
Achieving better organizational results today is dependent upon connectedness.
Government adoption of blockchain is still nascent but a few brave government agency leaders see the potential of the technology, and are experimenting with ways to use blockchain to make government services more effective.
Whatever the contemporary debate may be among economists and philosophers about the benefits of college, for the federal worker, given the ever-increasing educational requirements for career advancement, college is definitely worth it.
A government that works together serves its people better. Yet, interdepartmental collaboration can be difficult to foster and maintain. How can departments align their objectives and start working together?
Civic engagement is key to truly producing change at a policy level. However, it is only one piece of the puzzle.
Governments are one of the largest repositories of in-demand data. Why shouldn’t government use data journalism to unlock value by telling its own story?
If you know the Meyers Briggs personality test, you may know all four of your temperament indicators. But how does the (S) vs. (N) breakdown affect you?