The federal government faced down pandemic challenges, delivering “bright spots” during a dark time
As the COVID-19 pandemic affected our country in unprecedented ways, the federal government innovated and made improvements to continue serving the public. The Partnership compiled a list of accomplishments and outlined actions from across government to highlight the ingenuity, efficiency and adaptability agencies have demonstrated this past year.
13 key ways for federal agencies to innovate
Federal employees with experience in innovation offer strategies to advance innovative ideas in government.
Innovation is essential – why is it so difficult to spread what works?
Innovation is crucial for effective public service, yet numerous barriers prevent innovative ideas from spreading across government. In part one of this innovation series, we’re identifying these barriers, so we can figure out how to move forward.
Five lessons learned from federal innovators
The Partnership and Slalom Consulting hosted the Federal Innovation Summit to highlight lessons learned from successful federal innovations, bust myths about key barriers, and identify opportunities to implement proven practices. Read this post to explore five key takeaways from the summit.
Forging an innovative government capable of meeting 21st-century challenges
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the NASA Apollo 11 moon landing mission, we must recognize the accomplishment as a distinctive moment in government innovation. Although the government continues to provide inventive products and services, our country still faces many complex challenges. Learn more about government modernization efforts and the Partnership’s vision for an innovative federal culture that would help address these challenges.