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United States U.S.: Nextgov Goes in Depth - The 10 Best ‘Longreads’ of 2015
To wrap up the year, we thought we’d showcase the thoughtful, in-depth and, yes, long articles that tackle issues ranging from IT recruiting to improving government customer service.
Canada Canada: Manitoba's Planned Electoral Reform Could Lead to Lower Voting Age
The Manitoba government's plan to revamp the electoral system could lead to a younger voting age.
United States U.S.: Our Autonomous Future Will Likely Be an Electric One -- Here's Why
Hybrids, plug-ins and electric cars currently account for only a slim share of the U.S. market, but in 10 years the roads could look very different.
United States U.S.: Embracing the Digital Transformation at Your Agency
In fact, in a recent Deloitt survey, 69% of public sector workers think that their agency’s digital transformation is falling behind the private sector’s own development.
United States U.S.: 5 Myths of Managed Services
Heightened cybersecurity risks and growing complexities in technology have led to increased use of managed services providers (MSPs). Many in-house IT teams are seeing the value of investing in and relying on MSPs that can help them offload certain tasks while cutting costs for their organizations.
Canada Canada: Shared Services Canada Reaches Out to ICT Sector for Help Developing IT Transformation Mandate
It’s been a slow process — nearly five years to be exact — but the federal government has formally embarked on starting the consultation process on its IT transformation agenda to revamp internal IT services infrastructure. According to Canada’s national ICT business association, it’s a process that’s well overdue.
United States Obama Arrived in New York and Offered a Message About American's Response to Terrorism
Speaking as law enforcement officers captured the man suspected of planting bombs around New York City, US president Barack Obama had a simple message.
United States U.S.: Leadership Lessons Learned from a Female CTO
Today, many government contractors are actively focusing on closing the gender gap and elevating women in technology positions. As more and more women rise through the ranks, most encounter the need to shift their professional profile from a technologist to a business leader in order to continually progress in their careers.
United States U.S.: Leadership Lessons from Telework
One of the most interesting things I’ve observed about telework is that it shines a bright spotlight on leadership and supervision in an organization. It’s almost as if stripping away the bricks and mortar strips away the duck blinds of an organization’s culture.
United States U.S.: The Insider Threat - A Historical Perspective
Trained as a forensic psychologist and a 15-year veteran of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Michael Gelles has long had an interest in the bad guys within organizations. At NCIS, he consulted on counterintelligence and counterespionage and took an active role in looking at the insider threat. Years later, Gelles transitioned into the civilian world, landing at Deloitte. He continued working on insider threat issues, literally writing the book on the subject: Insider Threat: Prevention, ...
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