User experience in government isn’t just about tech – it refers to how easy or difficult it is for government employees to get their job done.
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In constructing a championship team, coaches and general managers try to find a blend of the right people and culture; one of the two is not enough.
Amazon’s cloud-based voice response system has become famous for technological integration within homes, but many people don’t think of these same technologies when it comes to the government.
Want to know the word of the day? How about the standings in the NBA playoff race, or the 33rd president of the United States? Just go home and ask “Alexa.”
Craig Orgeron, Mississippi CIO and former NASCIO President, spoke with GovLoop on Jan. 24 about his top priorities, cybersecurity, hiring, CX and other state IT initiatives.
Make your digital platform compelling, personal and useful by ensuring that it’s accessible everywhere. That way, you can better engage with citizens and show them that your digital approach is geared toward making their lives easier.
Having trouble with modernization efforts in your state? Check out what Mississippi is doing and learn how you can emulate their best practices.
Forty eight years ago,Dr. Martin Luther King Jr led approximately 250,000 men,women, and children to Washington DC for a March for Freedom and Jobs. In 1963 black unemployment was as high as 11%, while unemployments was only 6% for whites. A white family earned, on average about $6,500.00 a year while a black family earnedRead… Read more »
I never thought the dissertation would take as long as it is. I’m a writer by trade – a former journalist and editor – so for most of my career as a Ph.D. student, I’ve been looking forward to my dissertation. But, unfortunately, writing is not what I’ve done so far. I’ve spent hours, days,Read… Read more »
6 years ago, I accepted a position as an instructor in the Department of Communication at Mississippi State University. It is absolutely one of the best decisions I’ve ever made in my life. I have been fortunate to have a University who believes in tuition remission and a department head who has been as supportiveRead… Read more »