When an agency attempts to transform its operations or services, the human factor can be both the biggest obstacle and the best solution.
Posts Tagged: RECAP
Sometimes the most important step in launching a project is to ask the right questions upfront.
Today’s problems with gender equity won’t be solved without new ways to get past ingrained mindsets. Here’s how to do that.
Driven by a range of mandates, federal IT leaders are asking themselves how far along they are on the zero trust learning curve.
How can agencies take advantage of technologies like the cloud and securely manage data while also considering the needs of remote workers?
Over the last 12 weeks I have had the privilege to broadcast a variety of my ideas on technology and organizational leadership. Here is a recap of my favorite posts.
New year-new you, right? According to this post in History of the Holidays, New Year’s Resolutions date back to the Roman era. Babylonians began the tradition in March, but it was the Romans who brought the new tradition to the beginning of the year. The Romans made the change to January because January is namedRead… Read more »
Happy Anniversary! About this time last year, I was sitting in a meeting with other GovLoop staffers thinking through ways we could better serve our audience of over 200,000 public servants. We talked about what challenges they face and how we could help them overcome barriers. We talked about what govies wanted from public service and how we could achieve whateverRead… Read more »
At GovLoop’s Tuesday How to Optimize Your Open Data event, the morning kicked off with an animated delivery by Mike Kruger, a recent feature in our Capitalizing on the Open Data Revolution guide. For the past four years, Kruger has been working as the Director of Digital Engagement for the Department of Commerce to createRead… Read more »
Timothy B. Lee of the Princeton University Department of Computer Science and Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) has posted Studying the Frequency of Redaction Failures in PACER, on the CITP’s blog, Freedom to Tinker. In this post, Mr. Lee reports on research respecting documents from the U.S. federal courts’ PACER database. Using customized software,Read… Read more »