Meet our 14th round of GovLoop Featured Bloggers!
If you work for a state or local government, you probably know how hard it is to plan for winter. Esri, a leading GIS company, might have a solution.
Do you think an organization has the power to shape an individual’s ethical behavior? Here is a take on Kohlberg’s CMD theory and how it could be used to encourage certain ethical behaviors.
Because millennials value both organizational mission and opportunities for personal and career development, agencies’ overall Employee Engagement Index scores can be a particularly useful measure to indicate where young people could feel most motivated and satisfied at work.
As agencies maintain more documents, they need solutions to easily manage, update and route information without it turning into a big ordeal. These types of investments will have major payoffs for citizens and the employees who serve them.
A user-focused modernization project not only ensures that new technologies meet stakeholder needs; it also illuminates a new tactic for increasing security. By using the identity of individual users – whether employees, citizens or other agencies – organizations can adopt new technologies that transcend the traditional perimeters of data centers.
Northern Kentucky Independent District Health Department uses its $16.3 million budget to fund programs that prevent disease, promote wellness and protect against health threats.
Though diversity and inclusion indices have been improving government-wide, these top-scoring agencies (based on self-reporting from current employees) are likely to offer more opportunities for women to succeed and feel empowered and valued in the workplace.
Through his work with the Center for Disease Control, Tedd Ellerbrock has brought antiretroviral treatment to vulnerable populations across the world.
Knowing how to tell your story, uniquely, concisely and sincerely is key to helping potential employers understand who you are, and what unique traits you bring to the organization that no one else can.