Mississippi Digital Government Summit 2022 - LIVE!

September 14, 2022 | USA

Digital government conference
This year the Mississippi Digital Government Summit will once again bring together IT leaders across the public sector to discuss lessons learned over the incredible past few years. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to discuss how government services can continue to thrive through innovative technology. I look forward to seeing you at the Summit.

Spotlight

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Soil, Water, and Air Program has established 5-year strategies for all three program elements to support BLM professionals in meeting conservation challenges posed by increasing societal demands for access to ecological resources on public lands. This strategy highlights the management challenges particular to soil resources, describes the diverse roles and responsibilities of federal agencies, and outlines a set of overarching goals specific to the BLM Soil Resource Program for implementation over the next 5 years. The overarching goals in this strategy include: (1) Update Soil Resource Program policy guidance documents; (2) Assess all planning actions with respect to the chemical and physical properties of soils provided in soil surveys, and outline recommended design features and the planned actions to avoid based on soil map unit limitations; (3) Institute as standard practice the use of regional (e.g., ecoregion, Major Land Resource Area) landscape boundaries to assess cumulative and continuing effects on soil resources from all project actions proposed within the boundaries.


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Future of Work: Public Service in the Digital Age

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Of the groups most heavily affected by the COVID pandemic, few have seen a greater shift in their roles, responsibilities, and daily lives than federal employees. For some, the changes have been as small as working from a new location. For others, as dramatic as rethinking their entire role and responsibilities. The unifying factor, however, is the sheer scope of issues at hand: what it means to be in public service has grown exponentially, and so often, the understanding of what that requires has not followed. This spring, join Government Executive and Nextgov as they break down some of these challenges, and seek solutions for the many affected by them. From emerging trends in technology to the workforce, and everything in between, the sheer quantity of issues is matched only by their many complexities, and shows no signs of slowing down. Join us as we hear agency leaders in all forms, from one on one discussions, to panels on the state of key issues, and seek to define public service for the digital age, and one that’s ready for the future of work.

Spotlight

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Soil, Water, and Air Program has established 5-year strategies for all three program elements to support BLM professionals in meeting conservation challenges posed by increasing societal demands for access to ecological resources on public lands. This strategy highlights the management challenges particular to soil resources, describes the diverse roles and responsibilities of federal agencies, and outlines a set of overarching goals specific to the BLM Soil Resource Program for implementation over the next 5 years. The overarching goals in this strategy include: (1) Update Soil Resource Program policy guidance documents; (2) Assess all planning actions with respect to the chemical and physical properties of soils provided in soil surveys, and outline recommended design features and the planned actions to avoid based on soil map unit limitations; (3) Institute as standard practice the use of regional (e.g., ecoregion, Major Land Resource Area) landscape boundaries to assess cumulative and continuing effects on soil resources from all project actions proposed within the boundaries.

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