Posts Tagged: free

Practice Quieting the Mind

Practice Quieting the Mind Thoughts come and go; they are the language of the brain. Thoughts are the conversations we have with ourselves; they are so prevalent we often don’t even realize we’re doing it. Sometimes in fact, we do it so much our thoughts become overwhelming. Do you enjoy inner peace or are youRead… Read more »

Digital Disruption In The Public Sector

Making the Agency of the Future a Reality Today A free special event 8:30 – 11:30 am, Tuesday December 10, 2013 in Washington DC. Learn more and sign up at Featuring Alex Howard, Kennedy School of Government, former Washington Correspondent for O’Reilly Media, Dannielle Blumenthal, Digital Engagement Director, National Archives (NARA) and GovLoop HallRead… Read more »

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“Top 10 low-cost, high-impact strategies for Federal Government Officials” will be held on Thursday, August 29th at 12:30 PM EDT. We will candidly discuss how to address the most pressing challenges facing the federal government and offer easily translatable solutions. To register, click on the following link:

Harris County Shooting Puts iWatch In the News

Teamwork between different law enforcement agencies is one of the key concepts to keep children safe. This was perhaps the most discussed topic at a town hall meeting held by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office last night. By Lilia Bonilla The meeting was held at the North Campus of San Jacinto Community College. Representatives fromRead… Read more »

The Chick-fil-A Squabble is Not a First Amendment Issue

THIS is why our schools need to teach this stuff. Here we go again, folks. Every once in a while, a public figure states an opinion about a political issue. Then some people object. Then other people object to the first bunch. Then millions of Americans whip themselves into a colossal panic, whining about theirRead… Read more »

Where does a hybrid conference occur?

What happened in 1974? Where does a hybrid conference occur? And why should you care about avatars? Never have meeting planners needed to know more about virtual meetings. Costs for in-person conferences are rising, but attendance isn’t. Both the media and legislators are scrutinizing government meeting expenditures. The White House has directed agencies to cutRead… Read more »

Bridgeport police say the iWatch Bridgeport app is the future of policing

Launched in October, Bridgeport police say the iWatch Bridgeport app is the future of policing. “In a city that has 143,000 people and 18 square miles, and 400 cops working 24 hours a day, this is the ultimate cop,” said Lt. David Daniels III. So how does it work? “When you want to submit aRead… Read more »

Duluth Community Safety Initiative Wins National Award

Duluth, MN (September 28, 2011): Innovative community safety efforts that have reduced crime, eliminated blight and renewed economic vitality in Duluth neighborhoods are being recognized on Wednesday with a national MetLife Foundation Community-Police Partnership Award. The Duluth Police Department and two local organizations were selected for first-place recognition from among 700 applicants for one ofRead… Read more »

Dallas City Council members praise initiative that seeks crime tips via web, text, phone apps

“Not many people in the 20-something, 30-something age group participate in crime watch in Dallas,” Police Chief David Brown said. “I think those age groups are concerned about crime in Dallas, but they don’t see the functionality of sitting in a meeting to communicate. I think the way they communicate all the time is throughRead… Read more »