Featured Contributor wrote a new post, Government Leaders Share Tips to Engage Communities in ARP Spending, on the site GovLoop 1 day, 9 hours ago
By Ashleigh Fryer and Kevin Parker
The Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation at Georgetown
With the passage of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act in March 2021, $350 billion has started flowing to U.S. […]
By Tessie Davenport
Bad bosses – sadly we’ve all had them and desperately hope to never have one again. It seems like good managers can be hard to find, which leaves us desperate for any help we can get when […]
by Kima L. Tozay, LICSW
What are B.E.E.P Skills?
Whether you’re a senior-level executive or an aspiring leader, B.E.E.P skills are critical competencies every leader should hone. B.E.E.P is an acronym I cr […]
Featured Contributor wrote a new post, Are Supervisors Equipped to Manage Hybrid Teams Equitably?, on the site GovLoop 1 week ago
By Lauren Girardin
The massive shift to remote work during the pandemic shattered the longstanding myth that you can’t properly manage employees if you can’t see them in person.
As agencies hash out long […]
Hopefully, most of us understand the importance of having accessible workplaces. However, it’s easy to fall into the trap of believing that you need approval from higher-ups, a huge budget and grandiose a […]
Featured Contributor wrote a new post, Security, Tools and Selection: Making the Most of Your Agency’s Data, on the site GovLoop 1 week ago
Having large quantities of data is like receiving multiple free cups of coffee: At first, it seems great, but then it takes up too much space.
During a recent GovLoop training, 4 Things Your Agency Needs In Its […]
By Dr. Kimberley Garth-James
The public administrators and staff at public institutions are dedicated to building community at work and in society, and storytelling is a great way to appreciate the mutual […]
By Gary Norman
Allyship has many forms and appearances. Take accessibility and inclusion, for example. Both are successful when based on mutuality. Therefore, each of us, including those like myself who have […]
Although government workers serve every day, Sept. 11 is a special reason to give back to the community in new and different ways.
The 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance is a way to pay tribute to the […]
Featured Contributor wrote a new post, Government Is Paying for Failed IT Delivery by Ignoring Outcomes, on the site GovLoop 1 week, 2 days ago
By Greg Godbout
Imagine leaving the lot of a car dealership to test a car. You drive a mile down the road and the engine shuts off. You turn to the sales rep sitting next to you in the passenger seat and ask […]
Featured Contributor wrote a new post, Security Apathy Is Real – Here Are 5 Ways Agencies Can Combat It, on the site GovLoop 1 week, 3 days ago
By Brandon Shopp
After a year on the frontlines of pandemic-driven digital transformations, such as remote work, federal tech pros are hoping for a return to normal operations. But a new study — the S […]
Featured Contributor wrote a new post, The Art of Asking Questions in the Hybrid Workplace, on the site GovLoop 2 weeks, 2 days ago
By Ozlem Aydin
Most of us would probably agree our childhood years were the most inquisitive, as we were eager to learn the what and why of almost everything that crossed our path. Somewhere along the way to […]