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Posts Tagged: Washington DC
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Autonomous vehicles are much closer to hitting the market than many realize, but while manufacturers and technologists try to fine-tune the machines, governments are fine-printing the regulations that will legislate the automobiles of the future.
Unsurprisingly, our nation’s capital has a wealth of activities celebrating Independence Day. So many, in fact, that the real problem for those of us in the DC area might be making up our kinds on what to do. Fortunately for you, GovLoop has combed through the numerous events and many places to see fireworks toRead… Read more »
Here are some deals that government employees can take advantage of while off of work.
This is my twice yearly public service blog about Restaurant Week in DC (August 17-23). Do you take advantage of this? Restaurant Week takes place twice a year, once in the frigid cold of the post-holidays and then again in the dog days of August. Times when diners are likely to be few. For allRead… Read more »
Think back to the ‘olden days’, when we had no iPhones, Internet, or even simple programs like word processing and electronic filing systems. Sounds like the Stone Age by now, doesn’t it? Digital government opens up a world of possibilities for government efficiency and innovation. President Obama issued a memo in May 2012 calling uponRead… Read more »
This is my twice yearly public service blog about Restaurant Week in DC (January 19-25). Do you take advantage of this? Restaurant Week takes place twice a year, once in the frigid cold of the post-holidays and then again in the dog days of August. Times when diners are likely to be few. For all theRead… Read more »
Originally published in The Hill Washington is an eclectic city. It is a metropolis that is thriving economically and socially. Its architectural design is modeled after Paris and it is certainly a city of cultural diversity and historically interesting neighborhoods. Visually, the site of the monuments reflecting against the panoramic backdrop of the Potomac RiverRead… Read more »
As an engagement strategist still recovering from chronic burnout as a result of my organizing efforts for the Boston Police Department and Neighbors for Neighbors (facilitating 250+ meetings a year for many years), I avoid spending entire Saturday afternoons at civic events like the plague. To my surprise, something extraordinary happened yesterday. I ended upRead… Read more »