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This post discusses the role that the private sector can and should play in ensuring open data reaches its fullest potential in the public arena.
This notion of a high tolerance for failure honestly does not make any sense. We become educated, get training in our jobs and search for a mentor so that we can be successful in our careers. Companies and governments do not hire employees to fail.
P3s of the future won’t look like P3s of the past. In future, many of the best government employees will be wizards in working with the private sector. Here’s why, plus tips on getting started.
The gig economy could be the future of the workforce. Check out what it means for your agency.
We’re done implementing new technology – now what? Implementing technology and improving business processes go hand in hand. Technology enables business process changes and improvements.
California is the king of innovation, from the earliest ventures in filmmaking to today’s Silicon Valley technologies. So it’s not surprising that California has been at the vanguard of cybersecurity, being the first state to enact a breach data notification law in 2003.
Everyday Heroes rally the team to exceed expectations on projects and may never ask for a thank you in return because of an altruistic approach to their work.
When someone mentions the word strategy it creates one of two types of responses: dread or excitement for a new opportunity. Here’s an opportunity to “right-size” your perception regarding the development of a strategy.
By taking traditional marketing concepts into account – like R.O.I. and advertising – government agencies and the communities they serve can benefit from real investment in dollars and attention.