Going forward, the Library of Congress (LOC) seemingly has a more digital future based on remote work and virtual content aimed at citizens.
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As work and home lives tango during COVID-19, employees are tuning their schedules to the remote work rhythm that best suits them.
Working from home is here to stay. Working with (and leading) remote employees is a fact of life we need to accept and learn to manage.
Like most things, working from home has pros and cons. Employees might get to sleep a little longer or get back hours of their commute time. But they also face new security threats in their home IT environments.
Six months in, here are some of the most important things agencies have learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and five ways they can keep moving forward.
As we adopt new ways of living because of the COVID-19 pandemic, agencies will need to consider creative approaches to their remote work strategy.
During a session at GovLoop’s “Gov Innovators Virtual Summit” on Wednesday, panelists discussed some lessons learned from the pandemic that are likely to reshape how agencies think about IT.
Just as you’ve perfected your remote office setup, your employer starts talking about bringing everyone back to the office. Let’s walk through your options.
Technology that improves remote-working capabilities for government employees is eligible for CARES Act funding. So, too, is technology that supports social distancing, such as solutions that provide COVID-19 updates, allows remote bill-paying or facilitates remote meetings.
Nuclear materials can endanger everything from the public to the environment, so the agency can’t afford serious disruptions to its work. But that’s just what COVID-19 brought: serious disruption.