Texas needed a more data-savvy workforce. Here’s what they did to enhance data literacy in the workforce they already have.
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Government executives faced sweeping changes the past 18 months, from a “data explosion” to increased virtual collaboration. They’re applying all the lessons they learned into 2022.
Sure, you can designate an outdoor space for use, but how can you ensure that it equitably meets your residents’ needs?
What compels an employee to go beyond what is required and provide what’s needed? What moves them to listen and serve with compassion and empathy?
Emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic attract cybercriminals because agencies that are already overwhelmed by external circumstances are ripe for the picking.
Texas CISO sat down to talk to GovLoop further about 2020 priorities, 2019 successes and how she finds the right cybersecurity team.
Texas is launching ANDi, an innovative virtual advising project to improve college access and completion, reach individuals via a simple text message or online chat.
Developmental education costs tens of millions of dollars each year for Texas, its public higher education institutions, and our students and their families. The Texas Co-requisite Project is intended to provide more efficient services, saving time and money.
GradTX aims to help near completer and stop-outs who have some college, no degree. The aim is to help them finish what they started.
How does your organization use its data? Are you sitting on a goldmine that is not being used? Are you in data-overload mode? Or are you optimizing the value of your data to achieve agency goals and priorities?