COVID-19 has proven that something so seemingly benign as paper can undermine well-intentioned government efforts if left unchecked.
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At least 3.7 million households lack internet access according to a Census Bureau survey. Here is how one school ensures its students have connectivity.
While agencies had more to do, the pressing and unique circumstances of this year had them moving boulders that had been blocking progress.
“There are a lot of folks who love equity as a concept, but knowing how to actually do equity work is where the challenge comes in.”
The holiday season is a stressful time, and 2020 has presented us with new challenges. Here are some out-of-the-box ideas to help with stress and isolation.
Early on, network outages disrupted NASA’s remote workers, prompting quickly implemented architectural improvements to resolve those issues.
At GovLoop’s virtual summit Wednesday, two experts spoke about how COVID-19 accelerated data collaboration, how it can unlock innovation in government and the biggest hurdles agencies face now.
Going forward, the Library of Congress (LOC) seemingly has a more digital future based on remote work and virtual content aimed at citizens.
Now, the challenges around remote work is not so much a technology issue but a policy one, said Rob Beutel, the Air Force’s Deputy Chief Information Technology Officer.
Using these three key strategies to mine data for wins can help governments restore fiscal health and revitalize community economies.