European Elections: Where Women Are Leading The Way

May 20, 2019

During an informal summit in Romania, European Council President Donald Tusk promised to strive for geographic, demographic, political and gender balance among candidates for top jobs in the EU. Currently, most of those positions are held by men with Federica Mogherini, the high representative for foreign affairs, an exception.

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Sacramento County

Sacramento County has been named amongst the top 10 “Best Areas to Live, Work, and Play” by Kiplinger, who determined the top ten based on economy, cost of living, and availability of recreational activities. The County is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors. Each is elected from one of the five supervisorial districts of the County for a four year term. Other elected officials include the Assessor, District Attorney and Sheriff. The County Executive runs the day to day operations of the County. The County's budget is $3.5 billion. The County is committed to attracting, developing, motivating, and retaining a diverse workforce of high quality professionals. The County of Sacramento is an equal opportunity employer.

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Cybersecurity and IoT: What Government Should Know

Infographic | March 25, 2020

There are 20.4 billion “things” – devices, sensors, buildings, vehicles and more – projected to be connected to the internet by 2020. At the same time, government agencies are a growing target for cyberattacks. This begs the question: Is government prepared to protect the deluge of data that comes with the Internet of Things (IoT)? Download this infographic to learn more about the impact of IoT and best practices to prepare for it.

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Federal Government Learning Challenges

Infographic | January 13, 2020

Learning and development within the Federal government will continue to face numerous challenges over the next few years. The largest challenge stems from an aging Federal workforce. With the largest population shifting into retirement, there is a shortage of employees with adequate training to fill those positions. The skill gaps that remain, will be left to a workforce that is not accustomed to long tenures or the traditional way of learning. In order to compete with the private sector for talent, Federal agencies are evolving their training programs to address several factors including:

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All Systems Back Online: Maximizing Uptime, Performance, and Availability of U.S. Government Networks

Infographic | December 1, 2019

Complex systems of networks and servers power many of government’s core services to the public and in our nation’s defense. When these systems fail, critical services are disrupted and lives are impacted. To protect services and even save lives, government agencies must be vigilant about the reliability, availability and performance of their underlying digital infrastructure. But how?

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Transitioning to Digital Government in 2022

Infographic | June 7, 2022

There is increasing global recognition that the transition to digital government can no longer be deferred. Many APAC government organizations are working to better articulate their digital ambitions and why their investments represent value through the outcomes that will be delivered.

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The state of IoT security

Infographic | January 23, 2020

The majority of businesses and consumers support government-mandated loT security regulations.

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Government Spending: Public-to-Private Where the 2020 Budget Is Going to Be Spent Infographic

Infographic | December 16, 2019

Everyone knows that government spending involves staggering sums of money. Most would be shocked, however, to learn how much public money makes its way to the private sector. The expansive public-private relationship continues to grow. The White House has released the 2020 budget proposal, and a huge sums of money will continue to flow to private companies.

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Sacramento County

Sacramento County has been named amongst the top 10 “Best Areas to Live, Work, and Play” by Kiplinger, who determined the top ten based on economy, cost of living, and availability of recreational activities. The County is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors. Each is elected from one of the five supervisorial districts of the County for a four year term. Other elected officials include the Assessor, District Attorney and Sheriff. The County Executive runs the day to day operations of the County. The County's budget is $3.5 billion. The County is committed to attracting, developing, motivating, and retaining a diverse workforce of high quality professionals. The County of Sacramento is an equal opportunity employer.

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