Jessica Mulholland has been a writer and editor for more than 10 years. She was previously the editor of Emergency Management magazine, and she loves that she can incorporate her passion for photography into her work as a part of the Government Technology editorial team. Jessica can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, @jbronwen on Twitter and on Google+.
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What Do the Best Government Websites of 2015 Have in Common?
September 02, 2015 - Winning sites in the 2015 Best of the Web competition tend to use simple, high-image, low-text designs; prioritize accessibility and mobility; and start with a design philosophy that puts the user first.
2015 Survey Honors Most Innovative, Pioneering Digital Counties
July 09, 2015 - In this year's survey, the Center for Digital Government recognizes 54 counties as adaptive IT leaders, collaborators and arbiters of the public trust.
8 Tips for Recruiting and Retaining Millennials
February 24, 2015 - Keeping in touch with millennials is key, whether it's during the recruiting process, while they're employed with your organization, and even after they've left for another job.
Photo of the Week: Managing California's Electrical Grid is No Small Task
February 03, 2015 - The California Independent System Operator is like a giant pool of electricity with streams constantly flowing in and out, and operators must keep that flow in balance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
2015 State of the State Addresses: Is Technology on the Agenda?
January 30, 2015 - To find technology in this year's speeches, you often need to read between the lines.
2014 Digital Cities: Winners Focus on Innovation, Boosting Transparency and Privacy
November 13, 2014 - In this year's Digital Cities Survey, top cities recognize the value of technology, empower their tech leaders and use new ideas to make life better for everyone who lives there.
Election 2014: Assessing the Fate of State CIOs
November 05, 2014 - With 36 governorships up for election, the fate of many state IT leaders hangs in the balance. Here's what we know.
3 Steps Governments Can Take to Engage Citizens
September 18, 2014 - Citizens, with their rapidly changing expectations, can play a role in making government what they want and need it to be.
San Francisco Airport Launches #Converge@flySFO Innovation Space
September 16, 2014 - #Converge@flySFO is a place for travelers to innovate and collaborate while waiting for their flights.
New York City Announces Inaugural CTO
September 09, 2014 - At the 10th annual NY Tech Meetup, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that Minerva Tantoco will be the city's first chief technology officer.