How Safe Is Your Data?

Potential threats to an agency’s data can come in many forms. Insider and cyberthreats can delete or alter data but physical threats like hurricanes, fires, tornados and other natural disasters also have the ability to destroy servers, rendering an agency’s data useless. The only way to truly protect your data is to have a disaster… Read more »

DorobekINSIDER Live: Investing in the Citizens

Citizens are the central figures for all federal, state and local agencies. And it’s the citizens who fund the government, so serving them effectively is paramount. But figuring out how to meet their needs, especially when technology is constantly evolving, can be challenging. Join us and our panel of experts for an online discussion on Wednesday,… Read more »

Tips for Moving Up the Gov Career Ladder

The good place – it’s the idealized place in your career. It’s where you want to end up. The pinnacle. The corner office. But how do you get there? Those questions can be especially difficult to answer for government employees because the government career structure can seem limiting. Join us on Wednesday, June 27 from 2-3pm ET/11am-noon… Read more »

Improving Gov Efficiencies – Exploring Enterprise Operations in the Cloud

Cloud implementation, integration and delivery once again topped the National State Chief Information Officer’s list of priorities facing state CIOs in 2018. The same is true on the local government side of the equation, with organizations pursuing infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service models. However, now that those deployments are being realized, governments are looking for more opportunities… Read more »

Moving Towards Health Equity with GIS

Many factors play into health equity: access to healthy foods, quality healthcare, jobs, community support, and social determinants of health among others. The opioid and homelessness epidemics are two issues that many communities face and often affect the same populations, further exacerbating the issues. Overcoming these challenges requires inter-departmental collaboration and working with non-profits and… Read more »

How to Communicate Effectively, Even When It’s Hard

Never-ending email threads, tense or unproductive meetings, confusing feedback, disorganized project management. Bad communication isn’t just annoying, it can significantly impact morale and quality of work. Learning how to communicate effectively – especially at work – is one of the most important assets you have in your career arsenal. Join NextGen Nation online on Thursday, June… Read more »