Six months in, here are some of the most important things agencies have learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and five ways they can keep moving forward.
Posts Tagged: COVID-19
By the count of a recent GovLoop survey, public service has held up pretty well six months later considering the unscripted, tumultuous changes of COVID-19.
A lesson from the Small Business Administration’s experience is that ongoing initiatives toward IT modernization tend to prepare agencies for unexpected emergencies.
To learn more about the VA’s pandemic response, we spoke with the director and a senior analyst of the Enterprise Cloud Solutions Office (ECSO) at VA.
If the recent pandemic has taught government organizations anything, it’s that resiliency and crisis management always need to be top of mind.
As we adopt new ways of living because of the COVID-19 pandemic, agencies will need to consider creative approaches to their remote work strategy.
If pandemic-induced telework has proven anything, it’s that civil servants can up their digital skills when they need to. They just need the right incentive and the right kind of agency support.
COVID-19 has made teleworking increasingly attractive to agencies – so much so, it might become a lasting part of their missions.
During a session at GovLoop’s “Gov Innovators Virtual Summit” on Wednesday, panelists discussed some lessons learned from the pandemic that are likely to reshape how agencies think about IT.
Get the latest breakdown of several important types of grant programs agencies can pursue in addition to COVID-19 funding.