At this point, it’s widely understood that emerging technology is changing how government — and the world, for that matter — operates. Sometimes the advancements feel like a flood.
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Changes in government technology have improved a number of processes in recent years, but they’ve also come at a cost, namely in cybersecurity.
Technologists estimate that by 2020 there will be more than 30 billion connected devices in the world. Most of those tools will use a cloud application. How can the government get ready for this digital world in a secure way?
The Small Business Administration and another unnamed agency are conducting a pilot that, if successful, will enable a workaround to the TIC.
Mallory Barg Bulman, Vice President at the Partnership for Public Service, discussed recent agency rankings with Christopher Dorobek.
For those working in public service, such looming unknowns — Will the government remain open? Will my programs be cut or continued? — can create a number of management challenges. Christopher Dorobek spoke with Tom Fox, Vice President of Leadership and Innovation at the Partnership for Public Service, to discuss how government employees can demonstrate… Read more »
In order to make our healthcare system better, providers need to get away from an emphasis on the quantity of services delivered and move towards recognizing and rewarding quality, high-value care.
Meet Joseph Seebode, the 2017 SAMMIE’s finalist who’s spent three decades with the Army Corps of Engineers managing massive recovery efforts and other high-impact projects.
This interview is part of a new DorobekINSIDER mini series with experts looking to help shape a management platform for the new administration. Check out all of the stories in the new series, Good Government Management, here. Have you ever made a list of expectations? It could have been your self-expectation list (like a list… Read more »
Cybersecurity is everywhere. Major attacks dominate the media, agencies shape their strategies around security, and almost all new employees have to learn about computer safety tips when they start a new job. But despite this apparent pervasive quality of cybersecurity, many agencies still struggle to develop a clear to-do list.