PARCC Accommodations Webinar

State of Rhode Island

This webinar is designed to briefly cover the accommodations for PARCC and to answer questions from administrators and teachers. This webinar will not cover how to upload information or populate the PNP.
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Ignis Absolute Return Government Bond Fund - Quarterly Update

Standard Life

In the fund’s latest quarterly update, Jonathan Gibbs, Shayne Dunlap, Richard Marshall and Stuart Thomson will discuss fund performance, positioning and give an overview of the team’s macro-economic outlook for the months ahead.

How to Master Your Government Contract Management System

Journyx

This webinar is sponsored by Journyx. Journyx is web-based time, expense and resource tracking software. Labor is often the highest expense in government contracts; therefore a robust labor management system is a requirement for any contractor that serves the U.S. Government.

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.

How to Overcome Cultural Resistance to Agile in Government

DigitalGov

Today, Agile is the status quo for delivering information services in the private sector. However, it’s still brand new within government – especially considering the speed of governmental adoption of non-traditional methods and technologies. From the responses to a survey of listserv members conducted by Logan Powell, Agile/Lean CoP Co-organizer, of the Census Bureau and his colleagues (shown in the chart below) they deduced that the lion’s share of the new Agile/Lean Community members have only been implementing Agile for a year or two (The Agile Manifesto was penned in 2001).