From Down and Out to a New Life

How the Employment & Training program helps citizens get back to work, and back on track

What would you do if you had so much physical pain you could no longer work? Such was the case for Anita* who had to apply for food stamps to make ends meet. As a result of the pain and demoralization of losing her job, her confidence suffered as well...

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We’re Not in Kansas Anymore

Mobile tools and workforce are changing how rural areas engage with government

Working as we do in some less populated states, we’ve been looking at the challenges for agencies providing services to the 60 million Americans (per 2010 Census) living in rural communities...

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How We Crush Bugs and Save Time with Automation

Where, why, and when to use automated QA testing

Test automation is the most controversial, frustrating, challenging, and rewarding aspect of my work as a software quality assurance (QA) professional, and it seems I’m not alone. Opinions on automation in the QA world range from it being an integral part of the development cycle, to a colossal waste of time and energy. I can understand both sides...

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