The country is opening back up and employers are making decisions on what the workplace model will look like. While a hybrid model seems inevitable, there are significant wins to be had by bringing the team back in.
The Center for Digital Government (CDG) invites U.S. cities to participate in the 20th anniversary Digital Cities Survey.

From the extension of CARES Act funding to dollars from the American Rescue Plan, here’s how state and local government technology leaders can best prepare for and take advantage of new federal funding sources.
Getting involved in the Center for Digital Government’s surveys and awards programs can help you make an effective case for funding technology upgrades and provide the recognition your hardworking staff deserve.
Much has been said about the changes brought about by the pandemic, but leading a team also looks different than it did before last year. Here are some things to consider as you usher your staff into their next chapter.

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Teri Takai

Teri Takai

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Phil Bertolini

Phil Bertolini

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