Here are three strategies to boost transparency and enhance the citizen experience.
Posts Tagged: “Digital Government”
The intake process is where project proposals are reviewed to determine how important they are—and whether they should get the green light to proceed, be tabled for a later date, or be rejected outright.
Online payments are a great way to reduce the administrative costs associated with collecting and processing cash and paper checks.
As more government services are offered online, it’s important that we reconsider what role the notary public plays in our society.
Governments should be looking to the private sector to help achieve their ideal digital futures. Public-private partnerships help governments get more from available resources to increase usability and flexibility online, facilitating better relationships with their citizens.
As agencies maintain more documents, they need solutions to easily manage, update and route information without it turning into a big ordeal. These types of investments will have major payoffs for citizens and the employees who serve them.
I’d encourage all young professionals across all levels of government to leverage the power of video to get their message across and to have leaders at all levels share their insights and advice.
I love books — I just do. I never get to read as much as I hope, particularly these days, but when one finds a book that causes you to really think… well, that is something that deserves celebration. One of the best ways I’ve found to make books come alive is as part ofRead… Read more »
When I walked into a breakout session titled “SharePoint: Best Practices,” at the 2015 Next Generation of Government Summit, I’m pretty sure I was the only person in the room who had no idea what SharePoint even was. But the Department of Defense’s Gary Cage and Christine Frost, alongside the FDIC’s Russell Maltempo gave meRead… Read more »
Ghost Whisperer, iRobot, and many crime shows depend on detective work based on access to other people’s memories.Young people need expertise that gets them out of their chairs and to step away from their computers. Administrative ghost whisperers, younger staff or not, should seek out older staff. That experience should not be disregarded as a… Read more »