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Everyone loves conferences—from the chance to hear inspiring keynotes to the opportunity to network with peers, they offer great content in a convenient package. However, it’s not always easy for government employees to step away from their desks and get the required budget to attend conferences. That’s why we’re hosting the completely virtual and completelyRead… Read more »
Melissa Kepler and Amelia Cohen-Levy shared best practices for setting and achieving goals during GovLoop’s Professional Development Virtual Summit.
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Once upon a time, there was a young girl living in Fairfax County, yearning to go to school. She wanted nothing but to attend the best school in the safest neighborhood with a good police force. But the problem was that she had no way of figuring out which schools were in which areas. InRead… Read more »
Remember your teacher telling you to pay attention and “Get your head out of the clouds?” Well, times have changed, and it’s time to get your head in the cloud. Cloud computing, that is. With a simple internet search, it is easy to discover the many ways in which cloud computing is benefitting private andRead… Read more »
How many hours per day to you spend dealing with paper? One hour? Two hours? For many in state and local government, it can actually be upwards of six hours a day! That’s too much time dedicated to printing, filing and searching for information when you could be doing more important, mission-critical tasks. Fortunately, emerging technologyRead… Read more »
When I was little, I dreamed about growing up to be a princess. Not the kind that lives in an ivory tower and spends the royal treasury at the beach. The kind that actually helps her country. Now that I’m a little older, I have realized that we can’t all be Kate Middleton and haveRead… Read more »