Managing Digital

Thinking About Going Agile? Consider Mass Training to Facilitate the Change

Mar 13, 2018 |

How organizational instruction can help transform the processes and culture of your office. Read »

Thinking About Going Agile? Consider Mass Training to Facilitate the Change

Redesigning an Intranet Site: Final Stages, Launch, and Lessons Learned

Mar 7, 2018 |

Helpful lessons from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) on the redesign of an intranet. Read »

Redesigning an Intranet Site: Final Stages, Launch, and Lessons Learned

Trends on Tuesday: Because Seeing is Believing—Augmented Reality in the Federal Government

Feb 6, 2018 |

See how augmented reality may be used for data management and cybersecurity practices. Read »

Trends on Tuesday: Because Seeing is Believing—Augmented Reality in the Federal Government

3 Ways to Manage Research Projects Remotely

Oct 3, 2017 | ,

Being a remote team doesn’t mean you should forgo any of your research rituals. It means finding different ways to do them. Read »

3 Ways to Manage Research Projects Remotely

Managing Custom Software Development in Government When You’re Not a Software Engineer

Sep 21, 2017 |

As custom software development becomes integral to accomplishing any program’s mission, many managers in government find themselves faced with handling the unfamiliar: overseeing the design and implementation of a digital product that is functional, user-friendly, and necessary for realizing your program’s mission. Read »

Managing Custom Software Development in Government When You’re Not a Software Engineer

The Data Briefing: Will Artificial Intelligence Tools Replace or Augment Federal Employees?

Sep 20, 2017 |

A Washington, D.C. think tank recently released reports advocating using artificial intelligence (AI) tools to reorganize the federal government. Read »

The Data Briefing: Will Artificial Intelligence Tools Replace or Augment Federal Employees?

Design and Conflict: Do You Know Your Conflict Style?

Sep 18, 2017 |

Building empathy towards users is always a part of the UX process, but it’s not always common practice to build empathy towards our teammates. Here’s an idea to proactively address conflict and build empathy through understanding on your team. Read »

Design and Conflict: Do You Know Your Conflict Style?

How Federal Leaders Can Build the Will, Skill, and Velocity Needed for Digital Transformation

Sep 6, 2017 |

Learning—and practicing—five imperatives of network leadership can help agencies improve their odds for successful digital transformation. Many organizations are undergoing digital transformation because the organizations see that it is necessary for long-term survival. However, digitally reinventing the organization is “one of the hardest journeys to make.” According to industry experts, two-thirds of organizations will fail Read »

How Federal Leaders Can Build the Will, Skill, and Velocity Needed for Digital Transformation

Government Launches Login.Gov to Simplify Access to Public Services

Aug 28, 2017 | ,

Joel Minton, a member of the U.S. Digital Service, is working with GSA’s Technology Transformation Service as the director of login.gov. Tom Mills is the Chief Technology Architect at U.S. Customs and Border Protection. In early April, the U.S. Digital Service and 18F launched login.gov, a single sign-on solution for government websites that will enable Read »

Government Launches Login.Gov to Simplify Access to Public Services

NIST Publishes NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

Aug 22, 2017 |

Categorizing and Describing Cybersecurity Work for the Nation The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) is pleased to announce the release of Special Publication 800-181, the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework. This publication serves as a fundamental reference to support a workforce capable of meeting an organization’s cybersecurity needs. It provides organizations with a common, consistent Read »

Have You Critiqued Your Critique Process?

Jul 31, 2017 |

DEMO Whenever I hear someone complain about the process of a design critique, I’m always a bit surprised. Blame it on the fact Read »

The Data Briefing: Ten Years of Digital Transformation—Lessons Learned

Jul 26, 2017 |

Since 2007, a major consulting firm has conducted an annual survey on organizations’ “Digital IQ.” In the ten years of organizations grappling with digital transformation, what has been learned? Read »

The Data Briefing: Ten Years of Digital Transformation—Lessons Learned

The Data Briefing: The Arrival of Generation Z into the Federal Government. And Generation A?

Jun 21, 2017 |

In the last national election, the earliest born members of Generation Z voted for the first time. In 2019, the American workforce will see the influx of tens of millions of Gen Zers who, according to some researchers, will be a stark contrast to the Millennials that will make the largest part of the 2020 Read »

Four Challenges of Adopting Team Structures (And How Leaders Can Mitigate Them)

Jun 15, 2017 |

If you’re considering “going agile,” one of the critical components of such a transformation will be adopting team structures. In your current, pre-teaming state, your developers are probably working by themselves, and may be engaging directly with stakeholders. Agile will place your developers into teams. Teaming is important, as it will enable your development staff Read »

FedRAMP 5th Anniversary

Jun 13, 2017 |

This week we’re excited to celebrate FedRAMP’s fifth birthday! The program has come a long way over the past five years, as we have been able to grow and transform the program to continue meeting our partners’ evolving needs. FedRAMP Read »

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