As the world continues to adjust to new ways of living and working, many organizationsare looking to plan for the future and reopening offices.
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Even as organizations become increasingly digital-native, paper-based workflows remain essential and agencies should leverage this catalyst.
It wouldn’t shock anyone to hear that 2016 budgets will be even tighter than 2015. In fact, in the President’s FY 2016 budget proposal, government infrastructure spend would actually go down. The drumbeat of “do more with less” has never been stronger. So what can agencies do to cut costs and be more efficient? WeRead… Read more »
Posted from Federal Blue Print – http://federalblueprint.com/2013/national-cyber-security-awareness-month-kick-theme-shared-responsibility/ This month the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) kicks off the 10th anniversary of its National Cyber Security Awareness Month, which is lead by NCSA and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This year’s theme is “Our Shared Responsibility,” and today the NCSA is hosting an event atRead… Read more »
When I was a kid, a huge part of our Sundays focused around the Sunday paper. My mom got the financial section and the coupons, my dad got news and sports, and my sisters and I argued over entertainment and cartoons. Now that I’m grown, I don’t even get the Sunday paper anymore. I canRead… Read more »
The following is the original version of a shorter post originally published on GPO’s Government BookTalk blog on October 11, 2011. On October 5, 2011, we lost one of America’s great geniuses of innovation, Apple’s founder and CEO, Steve Jobs. From the beginning, Steve Jobs seemed to “Think Different” than everyone else, which made Apple’sRead… Read more »