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Data Transparency: The DATA Act and Beyond

November 5, 2014 The Digital Accountability and Transparency (DATA) Act will revamp how the federal government catalogs its spending data, forcing openness, transparency and accountability on data sets once relegated to disparate government databases. Open data has the power to transform government and society, yet even as the government begins to open up its data through mandates like the DATA Act, challenges in implementation and other barriers exist. This session will discuss how to prepare now and what’s important to consider.

Workforce & Succession Planning in an Age of Austerity

November 4, 2014 Join Government Executive for this digital livestream as our panelists will discuss best practices in succession planning, recruiting and retaining new talent and wow to plan for a future when a large percentage of today’s workforce will soon retire.

Rise of the Video Conference: How Federal Communication is Changing

October 30, 2014 Like workers in any industry, federal employees often attend events or watch online sessions to educate themselves and keep track of changes in their work environments. One of these changes is the shift in such events themselves--fewer federal workers are attending events and more are attending webinars, just as their workplaces become more mobile and their agencies adopt communications tools that allow them to convene over video chats and work on projects from multiple locations. The trends are only part of the growing list of options for federal workers to communicate with each other and stay on top of industry best practices--and on October 30, we will discuss the future of government meeting and communicating.

Retirement Readiness: Where Do You Stand?

September 29, 2014 On September 29th, retirement planning expert and Government Executive columnist Tammy Flanagan will discuss the results of the assessment tool as well as answer your questions on where you stand on the retirement readiness scale.

Managing New Possibilities--Making Sense of Enterprise Mobility Management

September 17, 2014 Government agencies aren’t confined to the buildings they’re headquartered in anymore--workers carry their work on their mobile phones, tablets and other devices, multiplying the capabilities of each worker. But these new capabilities put pressure on managers to tailor this new working environment to their mission and formulate an enterprise mobility strategy. How can they manage productivity when workers are communicating from home, and how can they secure their networks when workloads leave the building with the worker?

Automating Compliance: Removing the Pain from Disclosure Management

September 10, 2014 Manually processing data is inefficient, costly and, puts a strain on people, resources and systems while causing compliance issues. For agencies in search of a better method, automation is the way to go. Enter: IBM’s Cognos Disclosure Management Solution. Cognos Disclosure Management (CDM) provides agencies with a secure and scalable process automation and reporting system.

How Government is Embracing Innovation

August 21, 2014 Nextgov will sit down with technology innovators in government and hear their insights and experiences on new possibilities in governance with technology, managing a cutting-edge workforce, and making sure your team has the right tools for the job.

Unite Your Information to Improve Mission Performance – Powerof3 – Fusing SharePoint & SAP with OpenText

July 17, 2014 Register for this exclusive webcast and discover what combining the power of SAP and SharePoint can do for your agency.

E-Signature Adoption Trends in Government

July 16, 2014 Join us on July 16th for a complimentary webcast as we discuss electronic signature adoption trends in government and how this key technology has evolved.

Successfully Manage Your Agency’s Information in a Continually Mandated Environment

July 15, 2014 The Presidential Directive on Managing Government Records is striving to reform records management policies and transition the management of permanent records into digital formats making the processing of information more important than ever. But the Presidential Directive is not the only driver pushing for information management reform. The intersection of several other Federal policy pressures, such as Freeze the Footprint, Open Government, data center consolidation, and continuity of operations is driving out hidden costs of poor records and information management processes.