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It’s time to start planning your professional development in 2018 with GovLoop’s list of the best government conferences.
It’s time to start planning your professional development in 2017 with GovLoop’s updated list of the best government conferences.
If you’ve been looking for events that can expand your education, connect you to new people, and boost your career, this list of conferences is for you.
It’s no secret that civic tech has often been overlooked by the mainstream dotcom circles. But, the tide is changing. New, innovative startups are propping up at a rapid pace.
This list should help you plan for 2016 and start advocating for those precious professional development dollars. Here you’ll find brand new events you might want to check out as well as established events that might be new to you. Many are essential conferences that those working in government cannot do without.
Having a great idea on paper has never won anyone an award. If you want to move your project forward, and potentially get more money in your budget, it has to move out the idea stage, through the R&D lab, and get into the hands of potential customers. In a couple words, you need to… Read more »
In earlier blog posts, I mentioned Govt.nz, which is the New Zealand Government’s flagship website. The new website was launched in July 2014 but things didn’t actually stop there. That requires a little explanation: we launched a minimal viable product or MVP. If you Google that term, you’ll get either a definition that includes return-on-investment… Read more »
After writing 5 Digital Resolutions Everyone Should Make (and Keep!), I committed to following my own advice. Since the beginning of the year, I have focused on cleaning up not just my own digital footprint, but that of The Denovati Group as well. It’s been tedious and a royal pain, but I’m glad to do it,… Read more »
In spite (or perhaps because) of rapid and ongoing technological advances, many individuals today are inadequately prepared to leverage available tools and technologies to communicate and collaborate with their colleagues and external stakeholders. Traditionally, the Digital Divide was about access and cost, but it is becoming an issue of knowledge and use (see this post for more)…. Read more »