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January First Tuesday Roundup

Due to the holiday, we're posting on the second instead of first Tuesday with an investigation into the Civic Tech movement and Code for America, plus highlights from 2018, including our most popular gov tech blog posts and the year's top projects and clients. We appreciate your comments and suggestions for future topics.... read more

  • 01 January 2019
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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December First Tuesday Roundup

As we enter the holiday season, we're talking about building bridges in HHS, donating to Preble Street, our local homeless shelter, plus the third and final post in a series on user-centered design for government. We appreciate your comments and suggestions for future topics.... read more

  • 04 December 2018
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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November First Tuesday Roundup

This issue includes a weather forecast for tech in HHS and how to avoid the rain, plus a series on connecting with citizens via user-centered design. We appreciate your comments and suggestions for future topics.... read more

  • 06 November 2018
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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October First Tuesday Roundup

Top 3 Issues in HHS Technology Hot topics and breakout sessions at APHSA's 2018 ISM Conference Now in its 51st year, the IT Solutions Management for Human Services Conference (ISM) is a popular meeting place for HHS public sector IT experts. We've highlighted some issues that everyone seems to be talking about this year...... read more

  • 02 October 2018
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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September First Tuesday Roundup

UX Chat 1: Amy Mauriello and Karin Carlson Applying usability standards to a government benefits enrollment process... read more

  • 04 September 2018
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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August First Tuesday Roundup

Where the Farm Bill, Work Requirements, and Software Intersect Food security depends on programs that help participants find viable work With the 2018 Farm Bill pending for this September 30, the House and Senate are debating to what extent it will effect the 41 million Americans who reply on SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) for food stamps...... read more

  • 07 August 2018
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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