Back to Growth: From Now to Next
As government agencies and contractors shift from pandemic response to pandemic recovery, lasting changes to the workplace and the workforce will come from lessons learned over the past year. While remote work and a digital office were emergency procedures implemented rapidly, these strategies may become part of agencies’ long-term plans for mission delivery and workforce development.
During this program, created by Government Matters in partnership with Salesforce and Carahsoft, government and industry leaders discuss the future of work and best practices learned from the rapid shift to mass teleworking. First, Paul Tatum, Senior Vice President of Solution Engineering at Salesforce, is joined by Michael Weiner, Chief Medical Officer at Maximus, to discuss their experiences moving to remote work while still supporting on-site functions for their government customers. Then, Yemi Oshinnaiye joins the conversation to share lessons learned from his perspective as Deputy Chief Information Officer at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and how USCIS is currently supporting hybrid approaches between on- and off-premises work. Finally, Lt. Col. Michael McDaniel, Air and Space Forces Deputy Chief Data Officer at the U.S. Air Force, shares how the Air Force has adapted to the challenges presented by the pandemic while continuing to deliver on its mission.
To learn more on how Salesforce supports connected and cloud-enabled environments whether in the office or at home, download "Elevating Government Services with Cloud," an Innovation in Government® report created by Salesforce and its partners MuleSoft and Tableau in collaboration with FCW.