Oracle - Transforming Local Government

Oracle

By digitising processes and making organisational changes, governments can enhance services, save money, and improve citizens’ quality of life. The ‘Smart Cities Plan Building the cities of tomorrow’ Report released by the Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet in 2016 emphasises the importance of citizen-focused and productive service delivery. To be successful, government agencies & departments are using technology to deliver citizen centric services.
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U.S. GDP grew 2.1 percent in the second quarter as tariffs and a broader global slowdown weighed on the U.S. economy. The slowdown, from 3.1 percent in the first quarter, didn’t come unexpectedly, however, and actually wasn’t as bad as expected. Wall Street had predicted 2.0 percent growth for the second quarter, but strong consumer and government spending partly offset a deep slump in business investment as well as weak export numbers.


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Open Communication in the Commonwealth: How the Library of Virginia Promotes the Virginia Public Records Act Through Social Media Archiving

On June 9th, join ArchiveSocial and the Library of Virginia (LVA) for a discussion about the role of social media in communicating with citizens, and how the Virginia Public Records Act applies to those interactions.

Your Guide to Government Contracting - Webinar

Norcal PTAC

Our Procurement Specialist presents a one-hour, introductory webinar on the basics of government contracting. Learn how to become a successful government contractor and explore federal and state of California certifications including the Small Business (SB) Program, Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DBE) Program, the Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Program, the 8(a) Business Development Program, and the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Program.

Managing the Data Explosion

Government Technology

Government organizations have collected data since the first tax collectors of ancient Rome. Today, storage needs are growing on a daily basis with some estimates showing that organizations are growing their storage needs by 80% every year. Coupled with the need to use data and not just store it, government organizations are looking at a variety of ways to manage their storage needs while keeping costs within reason.

How to Post on Challenge.gov: Listing and Managing Federal Prize Competitions

DigitalGov

In this webinar, you'll learn how to list your challenge and prize competitions on Challenge.gov, the government’s one-stop-shop for federal crowdsourcing competitions. Listing on the platform is a required by most federal legal authorities, and it will increase public participation and awareness. For more information, visit http://www.digitalgov.gov/ and follow DigitalGov on twitter https://twitter.com/Digital_Gov. Presenter: Tammi Marcoullier, Challenge.gov Program

Spotlight

U.S. GDP grew 2.1 percent in the second quarter as tariffs and a broader global slowdown weighed on the U.S. economy. The slowdown, from 3.1 percent in the first quarter, didn’t come unexpectedly, however, and actually wasn’t as bad as expected. Wall Street had predicted 2.0 percent growth for the second quarter, but strong consumer and government spending partly offset a deep slump in business investment as well as weak export numbers.

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