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Posted by on Feb 19, 2020

Proposed White House Budget Includes Incentives for Workforce Skills Enhancement

Proposed White House Budget Includes Incentives for Workforce Skills Enhancement

Among the numerous reforms proposed in the White House’s FY 2021 budget, several were aligned with the key drivers of transformation in the President’s Management Agenda (PMA), which empowered public service workers to use modern technology to support data-driven decision making. The proposed budget includes initiatives to recruit, retain, and reward Federal employees strategically. Let’s […]

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Posted by on Feb 11, 2020

Putting Robotic Process Automation to Work in the Federal Government

Putting Robotic Process Automation to Work in the Federal Government

In response to the strong emphasis on modernizing technology and utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) throughout the Federal Government, the General Services Administration (GSA) has partnered with Federal Chief Information Officer, Suzette Kent, to establish a governmentwide Artificial Intelligence Community of Practice (CoP). The AI CoP enables leaders to share lessons learned and new ideas for implementing machine learning, human-centered interactions, natural language processing, rule-based automation, and robotic process automation (RPA).  Artificial Intelligence in Action Among the various forms of artificial intelligence, RPA stands out […]

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Posted by on Jan 15, 2020

10 Success Factors for Federal Contracting Professionals

10 Success Factors for Federal Contracting Professionals

Like many other segments of the Federal Government, as the rapid changes in technology impact the way we do business, the differences between contracting in the global commercial market and government continue to broaden. Providing the best possible outcomes for the American people will necessitate Federal leaders working to minimizing these differences and building a […]

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Posted by on Jan 9, 2020

Many Problems are Actually Opportunities in Disguise

Many Problems are Actually Opportunities in Disguise

For most people, the recent earthquake in Puerto Rico can only be characterized as tragic. However, many other problems present opportunities for organizations to streamline processes, increase quality, or improve outcomes. In any problematic situation, an achievement of a goal is obstructed by a barrier of some kind. And, in most cases, the best solution […]

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Posted by on Jan 7, 2020

Knowledge Check – Internal Controls

Knowledge Check – Internal Controls

Simply stated, internal controls are like mom’s house rules. If you want things to run smoothly, you must follow these processes and procedures. If you fail to do so, you will face serious consequences. The main difference between mom’s house rules and the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO’s) Standards for Internal Control in the Federal Government […]

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