AACC Pre-NLS Federal Legislative Update

This section is an archive of past webinars presented by the AACC Government Relations office. Use the links below to access information and documentation from past webinars.
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18F, the group within General Services Administration (GSA) that designs user-centric digital services, only represents 0.03% of the total federal information technology (IT) workforce but that may be enough for a team that can prototype a mobile feature in 29 minutes.1 The tech group’s success stems in part from its commitment to collaboration: publicly posting the code for each project on GitHub for others to use or by pairing their embedded Presidential Innovation Fellows with business, nonprofit, and academic partners.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

THE 2016 OUTLOOK IN GOVERNMENT COMPLIANCE - AN INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE

BDO USA

Join us as BDO experts Derek Shaw and Robert Craig discuss the challenges and opportunities facing government contractors in the current regulatory environment

Design Secrets of The World's Best E-government Websites

DigitalGov

In this webinar, we will discuss the approaches taken by E-government units across the world to develop digital services. It will highlight areas of international similarity, discuss the latest trends, share different research techniques, and contrast areas of necessary difference.

Assessing Coastal Risk in the Capital Regional District

FraserBasinCouncil

This is a recording of a webinar that explored the Capital Regional District's (CRD) Sea Level Rise Planning Projects, undertaken in two phases. The first phase prepared a Coastal Sea Level Rise Risk Assessment to further understand regional coastal vulnerabilities to sea level rise. The second phase identified a regional approach to sea level rise adaptation planning.

Innovation in Government: New Approaches for Tackling Age-Old Problems

Governing

Governments at all levels are dealing with increasingly complex challenges as they try to bring about better outcomes for their communities. While operating under fiscal constraints, departments and agencies are also often limited by entrenched bureaucracies, outdated systems, and institutional inertia.

Spotlight

18F, the group within General Services Administration (GSA) that designs user-centric digital services, only represents 0.03% of the total federal information technology (IT) workforce but that may be enough for a team that can prototype a mobile feature in 29 minutes.1 The tech group’s success stems in part from its commitment to collaboration: publicly posting the code for each project on GitHub for others to use or by pairing their embedded Presidential Innovation Fellows with business, nonprofit, and academic partners.

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