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WEBINAR Writing for the Web requires different approaches and skills than writing for print publications. People come to your website for quick bits of information—NOT to read War and Peace....September 9 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
WEBINAR This module will share best practices and lessons learned in the operation of prizes. It will explore the relationship between prize design and prize operation, including the effect that design choices have on operations and budgets...September 10 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
IN-PERSON & WEBINAR Intended for complete newcomers, this class will introduce Github and equip the user to file issues and make pull requests on Github.com. It will not discussed programming or the command line....September 15 @ 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
WEBINAR In this webinar, we’ll provide a basic overview of DigitalGov Search’s essential features and tour its Admin Center....September 22 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
WEBINAR Forrester Research has identified 14 key reasons why federal agencies must improve their customer experience (CX). During this webinar, we will discuss the current health of federal CX and briefly examine each of the fourteen reas...September 29 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
WEBINAR Did you know Federal agencies have been using comics to communicate to the public for more than 60 years? Find out how to make this classic print medium work across new media devices in a responsive frame work that works on phones,...October 15 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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- DigitalGov Summit Recap: The Need for Change Agents, plus the Internet of Everything, from A to Z - The Internet of Things is already here. How will we prepare for the Internet of Everything? David Bray, Chief Information Officer at the Federal Communications Commission, and Eisenhower Fellow, spoke about the IoT, IoE, and the need for change agents during the 2015 DigitalGov Citizen Services Summit. Bray argued that the IoT is already here, […]
- Federal Student Aid Customer Experience Journey: A Recap - Customer Experience (CX) deserves a voice at an agency’s senior levels. Putting CX at the forefront of policy-making decisions will have the most positive impact for customers. Elevating CX is how the Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid (FSA) champions the 22 million applicants seeking $150 billion in education loans each year. Brenda Wensil, Chief […]
- Challenge Module 2: It’s All About the Teams—The Importance of Operational Incentives in Prizes - A strong incentive is the lifeblood of solving any challenge. That’s the message experts offered August 4 as part of a Challenge.gov webinar series on running successful federal competitions. Sam Ortega, manager of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center’s Partnerships Office, and Christopher Frangione, vice president of prize development at the XPRIZE Foundation, shared how government […]
- DigitalGov Summit Recap: Leveraging Open Analytics - Seven million dollars is a big price tag. That is the amount Forbes predicts organizations will spend on analytics-related initiatives in 2015, according to a recent report. While government agencies may not have big budgets for data analysis, we do have tons of data—survey data, usability data, campaign data—that should be leveraged to drive decisions. […]
- Challenge Module 1: Prize History, Prize Theory and What Makes a Good Prize - Two powerhouses in the Challenge and Prize community came together at GSA for the first in a seven-part learning series recently. Chris Frangione, Vice President of Prize Development for the XPrize and Alexis Bonnell, Innovation Evangelist at USAID offered insights and background into what makes a great ideation competition, sharing case studies and the history […]