Making websites accessible to users with disabilities is increasingly a priority at all levels of government. Documents are not as well known or understood as websites when it comes to accessibility.
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A 2023 career goal may be to better familiarize yourself with some key technologies that are currently in the early stages of use in government – artificial intelligence and zero trust.
The GovLoop Featured Contributor Program is now accepting applicants for its next group of writers. The program is a wonderful opportunity for government employees, industry representatives, and thought leaders to connect with GovLoop’s 300,000+-person community. Apply today!
Government agencies need to uncover their constituents’ real needs in order to establish customer-centered services and comply with mandates. User research programs help agencies do that, but they can be complicated. We identified key issues and steps to consider.
Agencies and employees need to sharpen five skills to succeed in 2023 and beyond, including developing stronger written and oral communication abilities and better problem-solving talents. And artificial intelligence will play an increasingly significant role.
Hard work is vital to success, but research proves that something else helps as well: visualizing the process for completing an outstanding project.
As the new year approaches, a GovLoop featured contributor outlines five employment trends for 2023. Hint: hybrid work arrangements made the list.
Despite all the talk about women’s empowerment, has the workplace really changed for women? Or are gender stereotypes making the world smaller?
It’s time for agencies to set their sights on recruiting and retaining talent in 2023. How can they do that, when employees are getting choosier, competition is getting tougher and agencies are struggling with digital services?
Training courses are helpful, but they’re not the only way to develop new skills that prepare you for the future. Sometimes, it’s about focusing and inviting in the right people.