Posts Tagged: NIC

Going Mobile

In a FCW recent article, Nolan Jones, Director of eGovernment Innovation, NIC, discusses why the federal government must plan now for going mobile and states, “mobile implementation is unquestionably difficult. Yet, it also is essential.” Of course there are many reasons the federal government hasn’t fully jumped on the mobile train, despite the benefits of… Read more »

7 Tips to Help Collaboration

In a a recent blog post I shared some tips to get your employees thinking creatively. One of these tips was to encourage working in groups, sharing ideas (even the “bad” ones) and basically creating a culture of collaboration. Like encouraging creative thinking, promoting collaboration is often a lot easier said than done. With budget… Read more »

eGovernment Grows Up- Case Studies

In the mobile era to meet the rising expectations of constituents, local, state and federal agencies are adopting new, tech-savvy ways of doing business and engaging constituents. Agencies are meeting the public where they are, online and on the go, and making it easier for them to navigate the public sector more quickly and effectively…. Read more »

eGovernment Innovation- Utah.gov Takeaways

In the increasingly mobile world, government is changing how it operates and delivers information to citizens. It’s been one year since the Digital Government Strategy launched, which encouraged agencies to develop mobile services, and a lot has changed. Despite tight budgets (or perhaps because of) organizations are adopting mobile technology and eGovernment solutions to increase… Read more »

NIC and MeriTalk Report Overview: Innovators Anonymous

NIC and MeriTalk recently partnered to conduct a survey, Innovators Anonymous. In December of 2012, MeriTalk surveyed 200 Federal managers to understand the impact of budget cuts on agency programs. MeriTalk explored how Federal managers were responding to challenges and what kinds of innovative approaches managers were taking to combat budget cuts. Report Highlights MeriTalk… Read more »

Video: New Utah.gov Website Takes Risks

As Andy Krzmarzick wrote in his post, the Utah.gov website re-launched today with a dramatic new look and new features. What do you think of their bold new focus on ‘Search’? They say that’s what most visitors did on their old site, so they took it to the extreme in this rendition. Another interesting element… Read more »