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Local governments find remote work to be 'starting over' point

The learning curve county officials faced when moving their workforces remote will help them make smarter technology decisions in the future, officials said on a webcast. In Boston, for example, the city is considering canceling a planned procurement for a legislative information management system that didn't incorporate remote capabilities. Ryan Johnston has more from the event.

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Federal Data Strategy working group advises agencies on assessing employees’ data skills

The new playbook is design to support action 4 of the strategy's 2020 Action Plan. Dave Nyczepir has more.

Smart cities group announces $75 million technology program

In a collaboration between Qualcomm, JLC Infrastructure and Ignite Cities, the funding will help cities offset the cost of deploying technologies like "smart" LED lighting or public Wi-Fi. Ryan has the details.

New Ellucian scholarships encourage university enrollment during the pandemic

As interest in higher education wanes, the software company Ellucian says it plans to offer students $10 million in scholarships by April 2021. Betsy Foresman has the details.

Texas A&M releases free pandemic preparedness ebook

The book aims help educate people on pandemic prevention and preparedness and the important roles that the general public, policy makers and emergency response teams play in a time of crisis. Betsy has more.

Universities must encourage discourse on racism, pandemic, said educators

Students who would normally discuss current events on campus must be given virtual forums to ensure conversations continue, university leaders said on a recent webcast. Learn more here.

OPM details its return from maximum telework in guide

Telework remains encouraged in phases 1 and 2 of facility reopenings. Dave has the details.

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