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Maybe you don’t know where to start, or what to share. Maybe you don’t have a robust communications department. Whatever the reason, I’ve compiled these quick tips to help you tell better stories. I focus on tech, but these tips apply to all of government.
Government must keep pace with accelerating change while supporting a workforce that does not change very fast, according to Maj. Gen. Sarah Zabel. The focus then is how do agencies increase cyber awareness among all employees — even their security experts.
Rather than bracing for impact, career feds are trying to get out in front of White House mandates to ensure that changes are implemented strategically.
To help agencies meet their evolving security needs, FedRAMP is working to launch new requirements for securing low-risk, SaaS apps in a standard way.
To celebrate these government agencies’ inventive platforms, this week’s Intersection is here to show you some of the top government websites and hopefully inspire some newfangled digital growth at your agency.
Traditionally, city planning is a sort of members-only club that rarely involves the public. By purposefully getting the word out and engaging citizens at every step, Boston is changing that convention.
More than anything, FCC CIO David Bray wants employees who exude empathy. In an interview with GovLoop, he shared how empathy bridged a divide within his agency and how it guides the way he interacts with his team.
David Bray, Chief Information Officer at the Federal Communications Commission, offered several tips for addressing friction on the road to change.
18F proves that the government can function with a startup mentality. In fact, that type of culture may be necessary to continuously improve government operations — despite the inevitable growing pains that all startups face.