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The Eligibility APIs Initiative: Helping states turn federal eligibility policy into action
The Eligibility APIs Initiative is exploring how federal eligibility-based programs could use a centralized web service an eligibility API to deliver machine-readable policy that state systems can integrate with their ...
Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) Survey Analysis: Descriptive Statistics
Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems grant-funded projects represent one of the most developed and systemic K-12 education data projects in U.S. history. This report reviews what types of K-12 data elements are included in ...
A Progress Report on States' Use of Data and Evidence
This resource is the transcription of edited excerpts of an interview with Jed Herrmann, vice president of state and federal policy implementation at Results for America about the latest State Standard of Excellence.
18F's human services portfolio
Over the last two-plus years, several teams within GSA's Technology Transformation Service (TTS) (which includes 18F) have worked on a number of projects that fall within the human services space. This body of work has led ...
New Jersey Department of Labor
Individuals preparing for the workforce face a high degree of uncertainty about what is the optimal training to acquire the skills they need to secure their desired job that will provide a family-sustaining wage. Relatedly, ...
This is the first in a series of papers about delivery-driven policy, which builds on the overarching concept of delivery-driven government with a focus on policymaking and advocacy. In it, Code for America explains the ...
Barriers to Government's Adoption of User-centered Design And How To Address Them
How Automation Can Improve Efficiency And Increase Output
In this course offered by GovLoop Academy, you'll learn about automation and, specifically, Robotic Process Automation (RPA). The four lessons will cover the challenges that government workforces face, what RPA is, how it ...
A Legislator's Guide to Workforce Data
It's estimated that 65 percent of jobs will require postsecondary education by 2020. However, as the cost of college continues to rise and student debt burdens more and more Americans, many students as well as adults and ...
How State Local Gov Tech Will Look in 2020
If your agency isn't sure what the intersection of government technology and workforces will look like going forward, GovLoop is here to help. Based on interviews with agency leaders, research and case studies, this guide ...