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Lessons from the UK: Channel Shift in the Public Sector

Channel Shift in UK

As budgets continue to shrink and expectations continue to rise, government has to explore different ways to effectively drive their mission. Shifting to digital channels of engagement with citizens is one way to save money and increase efficiency. But achieving channel shift is challenging with outdated tools. Fortunately, our friends across the pond have been… Read more »


Security Essentials in the Digital Age

Security Esssentials with Mr FedRAMP

In a world under constant threat from viruses, phishing attempts and other security issues, it’s more important than ever for your agency to protect citizen information. During the 2018 Granicus National Summit, attendees heard about the importance of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) and why every Granicus solution is built with a… Read more »





Why Digital Modernization Means Taking More Risks

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When government modernizes the tools it uses, it can improve its processes, reduce costs and better meet citizens’ needs. But many government leaders feel like their hands are tied and taking more risks isn’t something they’re used to doing. According to Mitch Weiss, Professor of Management Practice for the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at the Harvard… Read more »


3 Things You Should Know About Mr. FedRAMP

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If you know Granicus, you’ve probably heard of FedRAMP before. It’s full name is the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, and it’s the first government-wide security authorization program mandatory for all agencies and all cloud services. But do you know about Mr. FedRAMP? If not, here are a few facts about the man who… Read more »



Federal Govies: 3 Reasons to Attend the Granicus National Summit in D.C.

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It’s that time again: The annual Granicus National Summit is taking place right here in Washington, D.C. on April 3. And this year, we have 28 government and industry speakers lined up to present on new trends in digital engagement and modernization in the public sector. If you haven’t registered, it’s not too late—you can… Read more »