Agencies have spent countless hours responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now is the time for agencies to shift their focus to resiliency efforts.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has created many new situations that government agencies must consider when accommodating employees with disabilities. Not only that, but the novel pandemic may also create new necessary accommodations as lingering effects become clearer.
The new way forward will require agencies to take a hard look at manual, paper-based processes that have stagnated modernization and put a strain on employees who need the flexibility to work beyond office walls.
As one GovLoop contributor put it, just because we have more ways to communicate with each other, doesn’t necessarily mean we communicate that well.
Learning to let go and enjoy art, exercise and other activities is a valuable skill for both daily life and the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you could time travel to before the pandemic, what would you tell yourself then that you know now?
For the City of Sparks, Nevada, the first two weeks of remote work hurt a little.
Cybercriminals see new opportunities to attack agencies by exploiting unsecured cloud-based services that were deployed as part of the shift to remote-work.
Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, government agencies have learned two basic lessons about remote work.
A post-it note that took up residence on my desk six weeks ago asks me every day, “How do we get through?” I’m not sure I have a singular answer right now.