THE FUTURE OF What’s Happening Now

THE FUTURE OF What’s Happening Now

Changes to Expect in This Year’s Pennsylvania Election

Last year, state lawmakers decided to increase voting access and the law that’s implemented for this year’s election has changed several rules all at once, which for some election officials “is very overwhelming.”

By Karen Shuey, Reading Eagle  |  February 21, 2020
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University Gets $6 Million from Feds to Close the Gap on AI

North Carolina State University was awarded the money from the U.S. Department of Labor as part of an Apprenticeship: Closing the Skills Gap grant program. This is one of 28 programs the department hopes to establish.

By Aaron Sanchez-Guerra, The News & Observer  |  February 20, 2020
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Why Government Leaders Need to Become Digital Leaders

It gets harder from here. Getting modernization efforts right and avoiding project failures requires that the people at the top of an organization feel comfortable with technology.

By Jennifer Pahlka and Jennifer Anastasoff, Founding Executives, U.S. Digital Service  |  February 19, 2020
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Local Communities’ Overlooked Role in the Fight Against Pandemics

Outbreaks of diseases like the coronavirus start and have to be controlled at the local level. National governments and international organizations aren't doing enough to foster communities' resilience.

By James White, Abt Associates  |  February 19, 2020
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Ohio to Analyze State Regulations with Artificial Intelligence

Lt. Gov. Husted wants to reduce red tape and also use more tech in government. Killing two birds with one stone: AI will review the 240,000 existing regulations and narrow them for review.

By Andrew J. Tobias, The Plain Dealer  |  February 19, 2020
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