Millions of government employees have had to adjust, some in converting bedrooms into virtual offices and others in reporting to their jobs with masks and new six-foot distancing requirements.
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Here are four ways to be prepared and ahead of the game in this new employment at-will world.
“Let the inmates run the asylum.” – Thiagi In the learning and development world, Thiagi is heralded as a hero when it comes to gamifying even the most arduous, technical topics. Take, for instance, a bunch of lawyers that need to learn about civility in the courtroom or county codes. How do you spice up thoseRead… Read more »
Knowledge is power. Organizations that make their data easily accessible see substantial improvements in audience awareness and participation.
On Monday, the New York Times reported that Hillary Clinton may have violated federal records laws when she used her personal email to conduct all of her official State Department business during her four years as Secretary of State. Federal law states that certain emails written or received by federal employees become government records andRead… Read more »
The longest-running television crime drama was “Law and Order,” hitting the airwaves for a consecutive twenty seasons. I would argue that the effectiveness of the series had a lot to do with the balance of airtime between the “law” and the “order” side of the criminal justice system. Therefore, as a continuation of my blogRead… Read more »
EPA leapt into the social media world in July 2007 with our first blog post. Ever since, we’ve been working to expand our options. That’s been greatly helped by the terms of service that GSA has negotiated on behalf of all federal agencies (most agreements contain clauses we can’t accept as federal agencies for variousRead… Read more »
I admit I felt flattered the first time someone plagiarized my work online. It was oddly empowering to know someone liked my writing enough to steal it. Of course, I then smacked the offending party down hard and fast, because as a freelance writer, my writing is my livelihood. Duplicating my content steals my hardRead… Read more »
It’s Not What You Think Since last weekend, the internet has been aflutter with news that many states have petitioned the White House for permission to secede from the union. No state has officially done any such thing. This is what’s going on. To date, there are forty-eight petitions asking President Obama to approve theRead… Read more »
Decrypting Open Government, Recovery.gov gets a Makeover and What Innovators DON’T say by GovLoop Insights So do you have an elevator pitch for your organization’s mission? Could you do it in one minute? Can you make strategy fun? Dave McClure, the associate administrator of GSA’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technology, has created aRead… Read more »