Posts Tagged: Health and Human Services

“One-Stop Shops” Can Improve Access to Public Services

Apply a human-centered approach to public service delivery by creating “one-stop shops” where people can find everything they need to solve a whole problem or complete an entire activity.

How Gov Can Deliver Better Care

According to the Congressional Budget Office, spending on health accounts for nearly 27 percent of the US federal budget. On the state level, a similarly large portion of budgets is dedicated to Medicaid spending. While those staggering numbers highlight a large expense for government, they also represent a large opportunity to cut costs. And accordingRead… Read more »

Bridging Fundamental Discontinuity in IT

 1. Introduction IT has been a major productivity tool for business and government over the past few decades. Indeed, the day to day working of the global economy has become dependent on a myriad of computer systems. However, a fundamental discontinuity in IT needs to be bridged to maximise its benefit in the future. BridgingRead… Read more »

Breaking down President Obama’s FY 2013 budget: Health and human services

Deltek Analyst Kate Tussey reports. While most people were occupied with last-minute Valentine’s Day preparations earlier this week, President Obama was busy announcing the FY 2013 budget. Rest assured that Deltek will be analyzing every inch of the data to uncover key trends and opportunities for our member network. This analysis will focus on fundsRead… Read more »

GovLaunch: 8 Questions with

Over the past few weeks, you’ve probably noticed that GovLoop has created a new series called GovLaunch. Basically, we’re highlighting the hot-off-the-press websites, apps and projects coming out of government – the “New Innovations of Government 2.0”, if you will. In fact, we blogged about it on the Huffington Post in case you missed it!Read… Read more »