By the count of a recent GovLoop survey, public service has held up pretty well six months later considering the unscripted, tumultuous changes of COVID-19.
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A lesson from the Small Business Administration’s experience is that ongoing initiatives toward IT modernization tend to prepare agencies for unexpected emergencies.
To learn more about the VA’s pandemic response, we spoke with the director and a senior analyst of the Enterprise Cloud Solutions Office (ECSO) at VA.
With telework looking like an increasingly long-term capability for agencies, here are three tips for working remotely and securely no matter your location.
Across all levels of government, the number of teleworkers jumped during the pandemic.
For the City of Sparks, Nevada, the first two weeks of remote work hurt a little.
With the provisions of the CARES Act, SBA has pushed out more funds in the past four months than it had in all of its history put together.
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.
The opportunities for technology to be adopted and embraced like never before is the silver lining that Sylvia Burns, FDIC CIO, sees at both her agency and the federal government at large during this crisis.
At the National Science Foundation, the Chief Information Officer and Chief Data Officer has been on a mission to create an environment where reskilling and upskilling are commonplace.