While low-code and no-code tools can provide benefits, agencies should be judicious in how they use them and understand the limitations of what they can provide.
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One of the best measures of productivity when it comes to data is speed to insight — that is, how quickly employees can begin turning data into meaningful analysis. Here are some tips to speed the process.
The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has advice for agencies that want to be cybersecure — but still have the ability to innovate and find new ways of doing better.
The shift to remote and hybrid work models has stressed existing workforce management processes. Agencies that use low-code applications, however, can better respond to rapidly changing requirements. Here are five best practices for leveraging low-code technology.
“We’re always challenged with the fundamental [question] of where in the list of priorities for the department do administrative systems fall?”
The state created a no-code solution to help people understand their unemployment benefits year end process. Here’s how they did it.
Here’s how Hawaii’s Department of Transportation and the Los Angeles City Fire Department are taking a people-centered approach to problem-solving.
Low code certainly proved its worth during the pandemic. However, it will be even more important after new cases fall to near zero.
In the face of complex problems, many innovators in government sign onto a simple-solution idea, and in Rhode Island, that has sparked change.
With so much money flowing out the door, it’s no surprise that federal agencies are looking to modernize their grants programs to create efficiencies, improve accountability and quickly get money into the hands of the people that need it.