IBM Government Analytics Forum: Accelerating Innovation Using Open Source Spark

IBM

Wherever you are in the mission space – IT, development, program management, research or analysis – we all have one thing in common: We strive to meet mission outcomes that will transform and improve government services. But in a world of exponential change, federal agencies must continue to be innovative, agile and informed in order to make the best possible decisions to achieve results.
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ADBI Dean, Naoyuki Yoshino talks about the relationship between central and local governments in Japan and the PRC, with regard to tax revenues.

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NACCHO Government Affairs Update: What to Watch For in 2018

NACCHO

What’s in store for 2018? Find out as NACCHO hosts “NACCHO Government Affairs Update: What to Watch For in 2018.” The webinar will discuss pressing legislative and policy issues that could have critical implications for public health in 2018. Registration is required, and the webinar will be recorded.
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CEO Brief: Policy, Strategy and Trends in Local Government Law

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LLG free Chief Executive update webinar provides an essential round-up of current issues in the local authority legal world. The webinar will look at what's going on in local government, legal reform, recent cases of interest, Brexit, news from the Local Government Association and the Local Government Ombudsman, thinking around policy including details of any Government consultations, plus an overview of what's in the press.
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Effective Communication and Service Strategies for Government Employees

lorman

Good customer service is difficult to find in private business and is almost non-existent in government. Many government employees are beaten down and defensive and hate their jobs but are often trapped and simply marking time until they can get their pension. Most people don't enjoy being difficult, but they have become calloused and just want customers to go away.
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Remaining in the UK after Brexit: Essential Settlement Guidance for EU Nationals

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An estimated 3.7 million people are citizens of other European Union countries and currently live and work in the United Kingdom – many calling the UK home for years. They work in virtually every private and public sector of the economy, pay taxes, buy and consume the goods sold by local shops, own and rent homes and businesses, educate their children in the local schools, and otherwise participate in British life alongside UK citizens.
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ADBI Dean, Naoyuki Yoshino talks about the relationship between central and local governments in Japan and the PRC, with regard to tax revenues.

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