It’s that time again — time to count down the biggest and best innovations in government in the past 365 days.
From the General Services Administration’s user-centric digital services group launch to Burlington, Vermont’s trailblazing move to become the first 100% renewable energy-based city, 2014 has seen some remarkable innovations in government.
Join this on-demand training to learn the top innovations of 2014 and specifically:
- The top trends of 2014 — including the Internet of Things, cybersecurity, citizen engagement and more.
- The trends that are here to stay.
- What innovations we have to look forward to in 2015.
David Bray, Chief Information Officer, Federal Communications Commission
Jim Denford, Department Head of Management & Economics and is an Assistant Professor at the Royal Military College of Canada
Abby Wilson , Inaugural Director of the Innovation Lab, U.S. Office of Personnel Management
Want more inforamtion? Check out the recap post here and don’t forget to download the guide: 30 Innovations That Mattered in 2014.