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June 24th, 2016
At this year’s Citizen Engagement Seminar, tying engagement strategies – whether they be technology buys, IT modernization migrations, or social media efforts – to a customer-focused goal emerged as a key theme. By adopting a citizen-first focus, agency communicators get a new perspective on how to successfully achieve their goals.
April 28th, 2016
Today’s government agencies are increasingly challenged to push the limits on the digital experiences they offer citizens while keeping accessibility in mind. It’s not enough to have a website – that site has to be mobile enabled with key information available within just one or two clicks. So how can agencies continue to innovate in a world of growing change?
July 10th, 2015
Carahsoft’s fifth annual Citizen Engagement Seminar on June 11 in Washington, DC, provided federal and state and local leaders an opportunity to share their successes and challenges in making government services more effective.
June 1st, 2015
Summer may be the traditional wedding season, but it’s a different kind of engagement that we focus on each June. The fifth annual Citizen Engagement Seminar is scheduled for June 11 in Washington, DC. With surveys showing that citizen satisfaction with federal government services is down for the second year in a row, changing the way government works with the public is critical.
May 20th, 2015
Social media brings significant innovation in how we communicate and collaborate. This transformational innovation undoubtedly pioneers interpersonal interactions, but more significantly, it impacts how we lead, demanding that every leader have social media in their leadership toolkit.
May 12th, 2015
Carahsoft’s fifth annual Citizen Engagement Seminar will take place June 11 in Washington DC. This event brings together government thought leaders and private industry to discuss ways government can improve their service to citizens.
October 7th, 2014
This summer, Carahsoft hosted their 4th annual Citizen Engagement seminar. The purpose of this event is to help government organizations understand how to best use technology to interact with their constituents and create an open dialog for solving problems and moving communities forward.