Today, more and more government agencies are adopting analytics to drive change and innovation to achieve results-based government. Business intelligence capabilities such as scorecards, dashboards and reporting, and predictive analytics are being used to measure program performance and deliver citizen services and meet the goals of government.
Government and education organizations still managing labor with outdated manual time and attendance systems are taking a big risk. They’re not just wasting valuable time and resources. They’re also exposing their organizations to the potential consequences of noncompliance with labor laws and policies.
Governments are under increasing pressure to produce better, cheaper and faster results at the same time budgets are cut back. One of the quickest and most powerful tools available to government today is a mobile device.
Join 2013 Digital Government Achievement Award winner Mecklenburg County and Governing to learn how mobile devices are allowing the County to redesign citizen service delivery and save millions.
Energy efficiency improvements to public buildings can have a big impact on state and local government budgets and the environment. Making necessary upgrades can decrease public sector energy consumption, thereby driving down costs and ultimately having positive long-term impacts on the environment. For the public sector, the decision to make these improvements is often eased by state and local government policies that provide incentives to accelerate upgrades and renovations.
Managers of social programs are under pressure to meet the rapidly evolving needs of individuals and communities, while dealing with increasing budget constraints at the same time. What can governments do to deliver more effective and efficient social programs?
As implementation of the ACA is under way, many states are looking at ways to improve service delivery to their citizens across various programs, maximizing the value from Federal funding. Many have come to the realization that added efficiencies from modernized integrated eligibility systems can go a long way in meeting the needs of citizens while keeping costs low.
Cities and counties are under unprecedented pressure to reduce expenditures. In response, savvy governments are meeting these challenges with modern administrative solutions that streamline processes, are mobile at the core, improve accountability, and put reporting in the hands of their user community.
"Access to affordable health insurance is only one part of an integrated state Health & Human Services vision that improves health care by improving access, outcomes and reducing costs." Get expert insights on some the hottest topics in health care, including accountable care programs, consumer-directed health plans, health homes and more in this live webinar series. Please join us for the fourth webinar in the series to gain the in-depth understanding you need to succeed in the evolving health care landscape!
As anyone in state and local government will tell you, government agencies and workforce investment boards have a greater responsibility today than in the past to encourage and help implement workforce initiatives that spur economic development.
Across the nation, health care delivery is undergoing a transformation—are you prepared for the challenges and opportunities ahead? Get expert insights on some the hottest topics in health care, including accountable care programs, consumer-directed health plans, health homes and more in this live webinar series. Join one, or take part in them all to gain the in-depth understanding you need to succeed in the evolving health care landscape!
Please join us for an exciting opportunity to be a part of a new Governing initiative, FutureStructure, launched in 2013. FutureStructure brings state and local leaders together with private and nonprofit-sector innovators to build smarter, more livable and economically vibrant communities.
Cities today are facing bigger challenges than ever before. Populations are increasing, infrastructure is aging and budgets are declining. But with the help of new partners, many cities are rising to these challenges.
Each year, Thomson Reuters and the National Association of Counties collaborate on the Local Property Market Survey. Through the survey, Thomson Reuters and NACo engage with Tax, Assessment and Records Management officials from counties throughout the United States to learn more about current conditions and identify trends and patterns across the country.