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Innovate with purpose is now published in Proudly Serving. This chapter provides local governments with actionable advice and steps for showcasing and celebrating local government services. Thank you, Dustin Haisler and Joe Morris! Proudly Serving is a work in progress, but you can still download the latest version. Want to write a chapter? Learn how to be a Proudly...

A new Proudly Serving chapter titled Default to open is ready for public review and feedback.

Government agencies can build a culture of innovation that survives organizational challenges and drives long-term results. Innovation starts with having the right foundation for sustainable, purpose-aligned programs.

Spark community joy is now published in Proudly Serving. This chapter provides local governments with actionable advice and steps for showcasing and celebrating local government services. Thank you, Kirsten Wyatt! Proudly Serving is a work in progress, but you can still download the latest version. Want to write a chapter? Learn how to be a Proudly...

Remember why you do this is now published in Proudly Serving. This chapter provides local governments with actionable advice and steps for driving digital change in government even when it feels daunting. Thank you, Marlena Medford! Proudly Serving is a work in progress, but you can still download the latest version. Want to write a chapter?...

A new Proudly Serving chapter titled Default to open is ready for public review and feedback.

I, [YOUR NAME], as a Proudly Serving contributor, earnestly swear that I will: Not be afraid to ask for help Share my blockers Communicate often Meet my deadlines

A new Proudly Serving chapter titled Default to open is ready for public review and feedback.

Go .gov is now published in Proudly Serving. This chapter provides local governments with actionable advice and steps for adopting the .gov extension for all government websites. Thank you, Luke Fretwell! Proudly Serving is a work in progress, but you can still download the latest version. Want to write a chapter? Learn how to be...

Driving digital change in government is daunting. Yet, we push because we know our government needs fixing, now. This conviction carries us most days. But when it falters, we have to remember what drew us —and what’s at stake if we walk away.

Local government work is essential yet humble — services are used constantly, yet recognized rarely. Showcasing and celebrating local government services builds a foundation of community pride and creates a culture of service and professionalism.

A new Proudly Serving chapter titled Default to open is ready for public review and feedback.

A .gov domain verifies that a website belongs to an official U.S. government entity. Public organizations should adopt the .gov extension for all websites they operate.

Share the done/doing is now published in Proudly Serving. This chapter provides local governments with actionable advice and steps for teams to take to celebrate wins, keep momentum, get feedback and build trust. Thank you, Rebecca Woodbury! Proudly Serving is a work in progress, but you can still download the latest version. Want to write...

Think exponential is now published in Proudly Serving. This chapter provides local governments with actionable advice and steps to take to build the systems, tools, and cultures that meet the changing needs of our communities today and into the future. Thank you, Jason Schneider! Proudly Serving is a work in progress, but you can still...

Together, we can and must build a government for, by and with all people.

The pace of change has picked up. We used to experience periods of stability between disruptions. Change is now perpetual, pervasive, and exponential. How do we build the systems, tools, and cultures that meet the changing needs of our communities today and into the future? We do it by thinking exponentially.

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