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When the city of Reno launched initiatives to expand its economy and offset pandemic-related tourism declines, it relied on new technology: geographic information systems (GIS). Here’s what GIS do — and what lessons Reno has to share.
How can we in the federal government do something better, faster, safer, or smarter?
Agency decision makers and frontline workers should work to improve online constituent experiences. Here are tips for enhancing those interactions.
Maintaining a tight grip on procurement has been a long-standing challenge for governments of all sizes – but there are best practices to help ease the burden.
Here are insights from three government organizations navigating the challenges of procurement and project management.
Government employees are using personal devices for work-related communications more than ever before. That leaves agencies vulnerable to new cyber risks.
Just because people will be back, doesn’t mean they’ll be ready to sacrifice any of the speed or convenience to which they’ve grown accustomed. People now expect a certain level of service — and there’s plenty of technology available to make it happen.
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I will retire 34 years to the day that I started working for the government. These are the questions I want you to ask yourself.