Federal agencies have gotten very good at making a broken system work — perhaps too good.
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Agencies have learned how to ‘do more with less’ — or, in many instances, ‘do too much with nothing,’ all too well. That has demonstrated itself with decades of continuing resolutions… and shutdowns.
More people are thinking about their retirement right now because they’ve been under pay freezes, budget cuts, sequestration and furloughs.
Everywhere you look, government agencies are juggling a number of IT modernization initiatives. Introducing new technology is exciting and leads to better services for constituents, but it can also be extremely challenging to implement for many reasons.
I was awaiting the formal obituary, but… I’m heartbroken to report that Jeff Koch passed away over the weekend.
The following post is an excerpt from the introduction of the book I’m writing — Moderator’s Matter: How to have conference sessions that don’t suck. The book is still in the works, but I thought I would share some of the sections as they are in progress. Before detailing why moderators matter, it is importantRead… Read more »
By helping to create a centralized benefits website for veterans, Marcy Jacobs has made accessing care easier and more intuitive than ever.
Governments of all sizes have created data and analytics departments to assess what they have, coordinate communication between agencies and report stories that the numbers show.
Soheila Maleki has been at the forefront of allergy research her entire career, working with the USDA to develop health solutions and expand our understanding of nut allergies.
Tim Schmit has spent 20 years developing weather satellites that produce the data that goes into the life-saving forecasts that we take for granted.