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Leading in Crisis

Interview with the Strategy & Business Development Director at Oracle

New technologies and a nimbler mindset have transformed how states and localities address disruption.


Interview with the Chief of Operations for City of Los Angeles

In this interview, we discuss how Los Angeles created a new database for distributing funds to low-income residents in a matter of weeks, and how the innovative solution demonstrates a new way of approaching challenges in the future.


Interview with the Public Health Director for Tarrant County, TX

When the coronavirus first hit Tarrant County, TX., home of Fort Worth, officials worked quickly to launch an innovative site to speed up virus testing for residents. The site brings together many different partners and many entities, and it’s made Tarrant County’s solution a model for other jurisdictions all across the country.



Stories of Public Sector Innovation in Turbulent Times


The current worldwide health crisis has placed state and local government services under the spotlight, and as a result, has spurred innovation in unexpected and surprising ways. Watch a webinar in our Leading in Crisis series – a new initiative focused on curating stories of state and local government leaders who have tackled unexpected challenges and gone above and beyond to help employees, citizens and first responders during these unprecedented times. Learn what they did, how they did it and the key take-aways from their experiences. Hear how the State of Oklahoma rapidly responded to the crisis by using chatbots and low-code development options to get their employees working remotely while tracking COVID-19 activities.


Leading in Crisis

Stories of Public Sector Innovation in Turbulent Times

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About Government 360

Goodbye, green screen. Advances in technology have unlocked the doors to state houses and city halls in ways that were unimaginable 10 years ago. Government agencies are fast becoming digital and interconnected; constituents are instantly interacting with city and state employees, and devices – sensors, smart phones, wearables and cams - are providing a constant stream of digital data to help agencies transform the way they interact with citizens and employees alike.

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