As government employees, we often generate more data than we know what to do with, and certainly more data than we routinely use.
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Do you know where your dietary supplement has been?
A whopping 68% of Americans take a dietary supplement. How are these being regulated?
Everything you eat is regulated by a government agency. The question is, which one?
Have you ever wondered what chemicals are lurking in your food? Which pesticides are on your apples? Whether there’s arsenic in your rice? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has.
The two-day HHS HR Clinic served as an opportunity for HR professionals to learn how to incorporate agency priorities into daily HR functions; build relationships and network with other HR professionals; and discuss best practices.
Amidst the enticing aroma of bagels, government and industry employees gathered at GovDelivery on Tuesday morning for a panel on elevating the citizen experience in digital government. The foundation of the panel was a report that GovDelivery published recently on trends in digital government engagement. The panel consisted of three current and former government employeesRead… Read more »
This article was originally posted by Dan Chenok on the IBM Center for the Business of Government blog. In a recent event, the IBM Center for The Business of Government and the Partnership for Public Service added to a significant body of knowledge about how government leaders can leverage the power of analytics and data toRead… Read more »
We depend on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ensure that the medical innovations are safe and effective. Director of Innovate FDA and PEW Health Expert, Kathleen Stratton, has said, “FDA has a critical mission to promote and protect the public health and we should all care about their ability to do that.” ChrisRead… Read more »
Gadi Ben-Yehuda Ludwig Wittgentsein is Weeding Wilting Tuts. Bill Gates thinks game-play will become more prevalent as a mode of teaching and learning. Meanwhile, “The Art of Video Games” debuts at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC. Tim O’Reilly argues that “only by having fun with technology can we truly unlock its potential.” And if youRead… Read more »