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It’s starting to get to that time where reflection of the past year becomes a daily habit. We think about what went well, the mistakes we made, and what we could do better in the next year. And while there were a lot of downfalls this last year, there were also a lot of improvements… Read more »
As many older farmers are retiring and preparing to retire, the future of the farming industry lies in a new generation of farmers. In order to ensure new farmers are prepared for the job, this govie is working to make USDA’s resources available and easily accessible.
Citizens expect that digital government will function with greater ease than in the past. To satisfy this desire, agencies must focus on the user experience as they develop and improve their digital services.
Here’s what government officials have learned during their FITARA implementation journey.
CIOs share insights on where to start with FITARA implementation and how to keep the momentum going.
GIS technology can be used to help address fraud, waste and abuse in several different ways. Organizations benefit from closely examining location-based factors to identify hot spots, regional variations and clusters, such as co-locations of services. Then, real-time data analysis shows spatial trends that inform predictions about future needs and issues — or, in this… Read more »
If you’re looking for insight on who’s collaborating around the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act and how they’re doing it, these tips are for you.
Data analytics is changing the way governments make decisions. But while the benefits of data analytics have often been touted, it can still be difficult to know how to incorporate data into your agency operations and what to look for in analytics tools.
I grew up on a farm in Chunchula, Alabama. It was a small operation – a few goats, turkeys, and chickens; as well as a small orchard and a few crops. The most data we collected on productivity was how many eggs I could carry back to the house in my basket on a given… Read more »