Here are challenges – and possible resolutions – for governments balancing the need for strong identity proofing with cost, ease of use and accessiblity.
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Allyship has many forms and appearances. All of us must commit ourselves to serve as the ally across protected classifications.
As agencies craft a new chapter in shaping the hybrid work environment, they must do so in a way that is equitable, inclusive, and, most importantly, intentional.
The cost is too high for governments to neglect those who are increasingly disadvantaged in our digital economy. Here’s what they can do to break the cycle.
Throughout the year and beyond, you can expect to see key topics elevated across our content, including diversity, equity, inclusion and leadership.
“I think it’s really important to ensure that people with disabilities are not an afterthought,” said Deputy Assistant Secretary Jennifer Sheehy.
Many are working to make the federal government equitable for all. Let’s acknowledge the work that they’re doing in this article.
Some government agencies and many others have paused or canceled diversity trainings until they get more clarity on enforcement of the executive order.
Online content is more prevalent than ever, and so is making sure those offerings are accessible for the hearing, mobility and visibility impaired.
I visited three government offices in two states within 48 hours. My goal in sharing this story is for readers to channel their inner customer and advocate for the people they serve in new ways.