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The Future of Work: Building a Government Talent Strategy for 2022

What State and Local Leaders Need to Know to Modernize Workforce Planning

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  • As consumers’ and workers’ wants and needs change, so does the nature of work itself. Let’s look at the aspects of work and the questions we need to answer about them to prepare for the years ahead.
  • Advanced Communications Take Public Sector to the Next Level
  • To create a successful hybrid work environment, public sector CIOs must continue to invest in workflow automation. Modernized technologies will allow agencies to efficiently and securely complete tasks in the new hybrid workspace. Additionally, these technologies give staff the ability to effectively serve all constituents. Drawing on the CDG research, this white paper explores where state and local government leaders are headed in terms of process automation, including the benefits of automating particular processes and strategies for the successful integration of automation solutions.
  • The future of work is not about a sense of place. It's about total command of work in any space. This guide profiles two categories of power users - data scientists and engineers - to examine their work demands and match user need to appropriate equipment.
  • NASCIO’s 2022 State CIO Top Priorities list, for the first time in over a decade, didn’t include costs and budgeting. No. 7 in this year’s list is workforce, but in truth, the entire list reflects the fact that everything about work — the where, why and how — is changing rapidly. Here, we’ll look at the trends shaping the future of work in government.