Create your 2018 digital government checklist.
GCN’s Matt Leonard interviewed ProudCity CEO Luke Fretwell about government open data platform implementations.
Effective digital government starts at the top with executives -- from city managers to city council -- embracing a new approach to leadership on technical and organizational cultural issues. In this fireside chat with City of San Rafael Assistant City Manager Cristine Alilovich and Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury, we discuss the role of leadership in enabling a holistic culture of iterative, proactive, digital public service.
Join ProudCity and ELGL on November 29 for a free Empowering Effective Digital Government from the Top fireside chat to discuss how the City of San Rafael embraced a new approach to leadership and enabled a holistic approach to iterative, proactive, digital public service.
Over the past months, we’ve worked closely with ELGL and its Digital Working Group to help them re-imagine and execute an organizational digital strategy that broadens their ability better serve local government leaders in an age of constant technological change.
San Rafael’s Rebecca Woodbury and Talia Smith share their experience supporting Santa Rosa’s Emergency Operation Center fire response and recovery efforts over the past few weeks. While Rebecca and Talia highlight ProudCity’s involvement with Sonoma County recovery efforts, this resonates most with us.
As fires burned northern California, particularly Sonoma County and the City of Santa Rosa, it immediately became clear to local government leaders they needed better digital tools to effectively communicate externally, especially via their public-facing websites.
Video of the “Online Government Forms and Payments” webinar is now available.
As part of its 2017 Navigator Awards Finalists feature, Route Fifty recognized San Rafael Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury and the work the city is doing with ProudCity.
‘Not Secure’: What government needs to know about HTTPS website security and the Google Chrome October deadline
Starting in October 2017, visitors to non-secure government website forms using Google Chrome will receive a “Not secure” message indicating the site cannot be fully trusted to protect user privacy.