While shared services are used at local and government entities, the notion has gained less traction at large public sector organizations ‒ until now.
With an abundance of demands competing for budget, how do you identify which will bring the most value to our citizens? Simple. By starting with them.
How can federal government agencies make progress when their legacy systems make sharing information difficult? The answer lies in simplification.
Big Data provides an opportunity to transform government through greater insight – ultimately better serving the constituency, society, and the world.
Governments need the technology of tomorrow to act for the betterment of their citizens – requiring innovative thinking and a shift from process automation.
Benjamin Lawsky, superintendant of Financial Services in New York, is working with virtual currency companies to develop intelligent regulation.
Combining art with a STEM-based mindset helps military units to consider the culture, capabilities, and motivations of their Afghan counterparts.
Bridging silos and improving communication between departments ensures that public servants have the same goal: to improve the quality of life for citizens.
In a world with many options, it’s easy to miss a chance at something great – even when it comes to an opportunity to study abroad.
As the government workforce ages, there's an opportunity to shift rules, find new ways of involving talent, and make major changes.