With considerable modern advancements in organisational communication strategies and information technology infrastructure, government agencies have been tasked with effectively preparing for disaster and serving constituents while having limited access to physical and financial resources.
The changing definition of what ‘work’ is has forced government agencies to reevaluate their planning and operational strategies, as well as evolve their overall preparation for the future. There are different strategies that government agencies can take advantage of. Like this, they can ensure that they are prepared for future operational trends and technological advances. Read more