According to Nancy Rainosek, the ongoing coronavirus crisis presents cybercriminals with an opportunity to strike agencies and hospitals.
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Professionals in the judicial system, including court administrators, lawyers, and judges, have had to figure out in a matter of days how to deliver services online that they have been providing face-to-face for many decades.
They are saving lives and making life more manageable during these trying times. Here are just some of the many unexpected ways government employees are doing all they can for communities.
What is the role of credit rating agencies, and how do they impact government decisions during times of crisis when fiscal stimulus packages are debated?
As our communication with colleagues and the public increasingly shifts to digital formats, it’s crucial that we strive to make all the content we put out accessible, particularly to people with disabilities who often experience barriers to accessing content.
How can you adapt your hiring practices to accommodate working remotely?
Join us and your federal, state and local government colleagues on Wednesday, April 29 from 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET/6:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. ET to learn how government agencies and their industry partners are managing their COVID-19 responses and using technology to fulfill critical mission needs.
In what ways is GIS being used to combat the coronavirus spread? Esri’s Chief Medical Officer outlined five steps GIS responders can take.
While you are at home trying to work, there are two character traits that will make it a little more bearable: being adaptable, and being available.
Now, more than ever, government leaders and essential personnel need to find a way to relieve stress when work follows you everywhere you go.