Success Story: How the Census Bureau Built Trust Through Customer Experience
2020 was the first time in history the U.S. Census included an option to respond online. Wanting to find ways to encourage engagement, the U.S. Census Bureau created a public-facing map of responses by neighborhood powered by Tableau.Read More »
Interview: How to Prepare Employees to Succeed in a Hybrid Workplace
Matt Mandrgoc, Head of U.S. Public Sector at Zoom, discusses how, as agencies come out of the pandemic, they must figure out how to prosper in a hybrid world where communication and collaboration will be in person and online.Listen Now »
Guide: Advancing the Art of Data Analytics
This guide, created by Carahsoft and GovLoop, explores how agencies at the Federal, state, and local levels are updating their data strategies with the latest technology. Plus, hear from data innovators at the CDC, North Carolina, the US Census, Indiana, the DOT, and the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled as well as Carahsoft's technology experts.Read More »
Success Story: Red Hat's Open Innovation Labs Helped Keep the F-22 Fighter Jet at the Top of its Game
Innovation in Government Success Stories: Hear how Red Hat Open Innovation Labs worked with Lockheed Martin to update the processes and culture around application development for the F-22 Raptor fighter jet.
- DevSecOps, Open Source, Software Development, Red Hat
In this Q&A, Rob Efrus, president of the Coalition for Enterprise Open Source Software in Government (CEOSSG), discusses the benefits of enterprise open source and why government is uniquely positioned to expand open source software adoption.
- All, Software Development, Open Source
This guide, created by GovLoop and Carahsoft, will explore what you need to know about the current state of DevOps, how best to implement it and what tools can help you achieve it. It also includes insights from public sector DevOps leaders in government and industry.
- DevSecOps, Software Development, All
On Built to Adapt, Pivotal explores how individuals, institutions, and businesses must expect and embrace change through development and innovation, because good software is never finished.
- Software Development, Pivotal