Government procurement organizations have faced three primary challenges during the pandemic: opacity, corruption and failure to integrate adequte policies.
Posts Tagged: Accountability
Federal workers rely on their agency IG to respond to reported cases of fraud, waste and abuse. They are thus key to our system of checks and balances.
In the midst of a global health pandemic, we are seeing many good and some “not-so-good” leadership examples in business, government, and communities. Consider the Five “Y’s.” Ask yourself, who is worthy of your assessed designation as a leader?
When you say you will do something, do you follow through? Do you show up on time? Do you honor your commitments — and your word? We all fall short at times relative to this form of integrity. The good news is that we can restore it.
I like to believe that when we put all the drama and toxicity of workplace gossip aside, everyone has the potential to prosper. However, we have to work to fully expose the potential and both supervisor and employee have to willingly address the bad habits.
If creativity, vulnerability and innovation are to be embraced, those in leadership can’t freak out when certainty is unavailable to them. How leadership reacts will have ripple effects that impact everyone under them.
Three topics of critical significance not only to government and business in general, but to the success of the greater population and quality of life.
No matter how you use data in your job, we all have room for improvement. With more and more data being created every minute, what are you waiting for? Join our community of practice and let’s work together to improve how we use data analytics.
Accountability is not a bad word. It’s something that should be celebrated.
Web-based GIS tools are already in use by governments and they have already proved their worth by providing citizens increased transparency and accountability. Now is the time to apply the same patterns and practices to redistricting, ultimately rebuilding trust in the process.