Businesses have been quick to use social media to attract clients and advertise services, however, a lot of government agencies have yet to tap into their full potential. If you’re knowledgeable about leveraging social media, here are a few ways your savviness can help your organization.
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As federal employees, it’s our civic duty to foster a culture of inclusiveness and educate those around us on the importance of accessibility.
Great public sector communication starts with you. It requires the ability to be a “jack of all trades.” Here are some tips that may help.
There is no shortage of IT trends you’re expected to evaluate and chase. Cybersecurity pokes at us, blockchain and AI are peeking around the corner and you may still be doing an inventory to figure what IoT means for you. These are important trends to watch, but here are three reasons why digital transformation needs… Read more »
Five leading women in government technology spoke about their careers in the public sector at AFFIRM’s Trailblazing Women in Government event on January 26th. While many of us aspire to have half the impact and success these women have had throughout their careers, their guidance may make our goals more attainable. Here are four pieces… Read more »
If government agencies collectively and consistently demand these very reasonable “rights,” vendors will have no other option than to provide the products that these agencies deserve.
Kirit Amin, one of the seasoned guard of federal government technology executives and currently the chief information officer at the International Trade Commission, will retire for government, he confirmed to the DorobekINSIDER. He will be stepping down at the end of the year. The departure is the latest to a growing list of CIOs who… Read more »
Blockchain and chatbots and AI. Oh my!
Open data will never be as pervasive or transformational without addressing the core obstacles that agencies face in sharing data.
Today’s connected technology will soon become pervasive in government and elsewhere. Being good at connected tech will be good for your career.