DorobekINSIDER Best of 2016

This year our government thought leaders have brought us compelling stories about how they are innovating. From implementing HR best practices, to consolidation to leveraging IoT, agencies are getting more efficient and effective. Our public sector workforce has worked hard this year and it shows.

In order to celebrate the year that was and get ready for 2017, DorobekINSIDER is counting down the ten best, most innovative stories that have happened in the public sector this year.

  1. Lessons from the FCC’s Change Agent

David Bray has had a particularly productive year helming the FCC’s IT department. Check out how he has overcome regulations and cultural barriers to modernize his small agency.

  1. Calling All Senior Executives

The Senior Executive Service are the silent heroes of the federal workforce. Learn how they are bridging the gap between appointees and federal employees as the presidential transition gets underway.

  1. How GSA is Innovating the Procurement Process

If you are a federal govie, you know it is hard to do your job most effectively if you don’t have access to the tools you need to thrive. Fortunately, GSA is working hard to innovate federal procurement. Learn how in this post.

  1. How to Leverage IoT In Your Agency

The Internet of Things may have been the biggest whirlwind of innovation to hit the private sector this year. Through these initiatives, agencies are able to make their cities smart and more efficient. Check out how you can implement IoT initiatives in your agency in this post.

Can’t get enough of these inspiring government stories? Check back next week for our next installment.

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