Thursday, December 17, 2015

Notations From the Grid: On Government Innovations

With all that has been seen on how Government is so dysfunctional, our team recently received this from the team +GovLoop that was quite notable in what works in Goverment and we hope all enjoy this: 




There's no single path or silver bullet for innovation, but across the government, employees are thinking outside the box and daring to do things differently.

In this guide, we're honoring that innovation.

New Guide: Top 30 Government Innovations of 2015
Here's a sneak peek at five of the 30 innovations:
  • GSA launched feedback.gov.
  • HHS created TransNet to expedite organs to transplant recipients.
  • FEMA developed Risk MAP to pinpoint flood hazards.
  • Commerce decided to kill passwords to increase security.
  • Lubbock County, Texas created a virtual juror selection process.
Download the Guide for the Full List


Helping you reflect on a great year in government,

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