Government reports often languish in perpetuity, stalling valuable information from making it into the hands of decision makers. But what if these critical reports could be generated, processed, and filed faster?
GovLoop sat down with Tomicah Tillemann, co-founder of the Blockchain Trust Accelerator, to understand how blockchain can be used to hold government’s accountable and who is leading in the federal space when it comes to blockchain. This is part II of our interview.
When it comes to adopting cloud services for functions such as HR or finance, concerns about security are often the biggest barrier. So how do you have a conversation around cloud when there are trust issues? We sat down with industry and gov experts to find out.
With the Emmy’s this past Sunday, Hollywood’s award season is underway. And in great news, more women and minorities took home the gold than ever before. But, what about Washington’s award season? How do we get more women and minorities recognized for their contributions to government? The answer is simple. Nominate them! The first step,… Read more »
State and local governments are turning their attention toward identity management, to ensure that critical organization data can only be accessed by the right people, at the right time and for the right reasons. But good identity management is easier said than done.
Regardless of where you work or how long you’ve worked there, there’s a good chance you’ve run into some problems with timekeeping or absence policy.
One common myth about open source is that it’s a fad. But it has been around for decades — Linux is one example — and even the Defense Department acknowledges that its security depends on free and open source software.
To better understand what this technology is, how it works and what it means for government agencies, GovLoop sat down with Tomicah Tillemann, co-founder of the Blockchain Trust Accelerator.
If government employees think CX is important, why isn’t it taking off in individual agencies? How can the public sector better meet – even exceed – the expectations of citizen users?
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