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With digital innovation on the rise across the country, every state has a best practice or two to offer. Learn what Georgia is doing to better engage their citizens.
Today, citizens have come to expect fast, efficient and accessible services from government agencies. But to be successful, agencies must ensure that their digital strategies increase user engagement and address opportunities to save money. Managed cloud platforms and open source software are enabling agencies to do both.
Happy Monday, Govloopers – where ever you are, we hope you have a Happy Labor Day!! Just so you know, here’s the history of Labor Day. This is the day we celebrate the American Worker, including all of those in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. We’ve made this the greatest country in world. AndRead… Read more »
http://www.homelandsecuritynet.com/HSN/2012/02/commentary-how-would-we-respond-to-another-terrorist-attack/ How would America respond to another terrorist attack on its soil? We never thought very much about that before 9/11, back when the subject of terrorism only came up in discussions about other countries. The topic is still one we avoid, but it’s not too soon to consider it, because U.S. government officials haveRead… Read more »
It’s finally here!!! Everyone remain calm. Okay, the Hokie Guru told you to remain calm. That was classic… the Hokie Guru will always remember Kevin Bacon’s first movie… By the way, the great thing about the first weekend of college football is that it’s played ALL weekend long… through Labor Day… which most of usRead… Read more »
The Hokie Guru caught up on a movie last night… Something New… You did what? With who? Well, can he? It’s everything that it’s advertised… the Hokie Guru loved it… you need to see it. Let’s get hyped up!!!! Let’s get it started… with the Conference that’s won the last three national championships… the SoutheasternRead… Read more »
Hope the Hokie Guru’s readers had a great Thanksgiving… we have a lot to be thankful for during this holiday season and the Hokie Guru encourages everyone to contribute to the Combined Federal Campaign (or the charity of your choice). Everytime the Hokie Guru thinks he has it rough at work, he remembers that heRead… Read more »
Very interesting story in the Politico today; here’s what an Obama Administration might look like. We might see the Hokie Guru’s favorite bureaucrat, Robert Rubin, appointed as Treasury Secretary. The Hokie Guru’s Governor in Virginia, Tim Kaine, also has a shot to be Attorney General. Anyway, please check it out because many of us onRead… Read more »
First, the Hokie Guru is going to step out of the sports world this week and start out with a management issue… time and attendance… I’m just curious how my readers would react if they got a message like this (a friend sent this to me): … has created and maintains a calendar where weRead… Read more »