Communicating with a public that may not trust us requires a subtle approach.
Posts Tagged: transparency
Has the availability of data and transparency of government information led to greater trust?
How do you keep top performers when we are operating under tight fiscal budgets, few opportunities for promotion and Continuing Resolutions?
The Government today faces a slew of challenges, from trust issues to compliance and risk management. But what can help is a well-executed compliance system with public-sector records requests
Like all the other things we have to maintain in life – our cars, our diets, our checkbooks – maintaining an image takes time and talent. It doesn’t just happen and it doesn’t involve only one strategy.
Don’t think of internal communication as “I need to tell you what’s going on” or “You need to provide feedback via this survey.” If you really want to communicate with employees, it must be a dialogue.
Not happy with your agency’s FITARA scorecard? Check out what agencies are doing right with FITARA implementation and learn a few ways they can improve.
Public confidence in federal technology is at record lows in the wake of serial IT disasters like healthcare.gov and OPM’s failure to protect tens of millions of security records. We need to fix this.
In a world filled with technology, we assume transparency is a given. We desire the ‘need to know’ and we believe it is our right to know. To top it all of, we hold our government to a higher standard. The concept of checks and balances fosters a sense of mutual accountability from citizens and… Read more »
Millennials have been active in the workforce some time now, and they are moving into management and leadership roles in government and in private sector. With the advent of the millennial leader, expect changes. A new generation almost always means new rules.