The same traits that make brunch great can be used to foster collaboration and innovation in ways that re-imagine more traditional federal work.
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IoT is the network of physical objects that can connect and exchange data, providing near limitless possibilities for new programs.
Dr. Elizabeth Kolmstetter has worked for eight federal agencies over 25 years, and she says everyone has professional heroism inside them.
Governments can use APIs to generate the same accessible, secure apps private companies use to deliver rapid, useful services to citizens.
While we should definitely learn from situations like the one involving a certain consulting firm and recent presidential elections, the relationship between politics and social media is usually, if not less fraught with tension, than at least ultimately beneficial for all the parties involved. After all, the whole Cambridge Analytica thing had more to doRead… Read more »
With open data, governments shouldn’t be transparent for transparency’s sake, but to grow the trust of the citizens in their leadership.
“The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.”
States, anticipating the destabilization of their insurance markets, are exploring ways to ensure high coverage and low premiums. Here are some options they have to reverse, or at least mitigate, the impact of the mandate penalty repeal.
It’s something every federal government worker has likely contemplated: “Should I stay with the government or try the private sector?” It’s up to you.
A government that works together serves its people better. Yet, interdepartmental collaboration can be difficult to foster and maintain. How can departments align their objectives and start working together?