Our customers have been telling us that there is a big social component to their jobs and working remotely has been quite the adjustment. Working without the constant hum of colleagues and constituents can be a difficult transition. There are lots of novel ways to connect. This post details those.
Tune in as we sit down with Jihan "Gigi" Soliman, the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Miami to discuss the city's trials and tribulations on public records management during COVID-19. This webinar is Florida-specific.
There are lots of organizations out there that help local governments and communities by offering research, events, and resources. They help to share news, best-practices, and are communities unto themselves. Learn more and get connected.
Tune in as we chat with our customer Eugene Park, the Deputy Port Attorney at the Port of Oakland as he talks about his experience navigating the many "new normals" that COVID-19 has caused in his agency.
Listen in as we talk with customer Gavin Young, the Senior Director for Public Records at UNC Chapel Hill, to discuss the public records trials and tribulations that COVID-19 has caused.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Linda Mendenhall, the Deputy City Clerk and Charity Callahan, City Clerk Specialist of Avondale Arizona to discuss their trials and tribulations on public records management during COVID-19. Listen in!
An all-too familiar problem still plagues many governments---spreadsheets. They are manual, prone to errors, and are just simply inefficient. Learn why spreadsheets are bad for your government and ways to overcome them.
Listen in to a recent talk we had with customer Lissa Herrera, the Records Manager/Legal/City Clerk of Las Cruces, NM, to discuss the public records trials and tribulations that COVID-19 has caused.
Don't miss our recent chat with Renée Kingston, the Assistant City Administrator/City Clerk of Camdenton, MO, to discuss the public records trials and tribulations that COVID-19 has caused.
There are so many resources to help with remote work online, but oftentimes they’re not obvious or easy to find. We’ve put together a list of helpful remote work resources to get local government employees through this pandemic.
Those new to working from home are probably facing difficulties in maintaining focus and keeping on-task. Many states have enacted extensions for certain business processes like records requests management, but that just means there’ll be a backlog waiting once shelter-in-place is over. Keeping up with or getting ahead of certain tasks will help those in local government to transition back to more “normal” working conditions easier.
Listen in as our fan-favorite customer Kim White, the Township Clerk/Township Manager/Registrar of Eastampton Township, New Jersey discusses the open records trials and tribulations that COVID-19 has caused.
Listen in as Reed Duecy-Gibbs, NextRequest COO, chats with Jerome Wilen, the Public Disclosure Manager at the Port of Seattle, to discuss the public records trials and tribulations that COVID-19 has caused.
As remote work becomes the new normal get some real world examples of how governments have enacted digital transformations to help them overcome manual processes.
Many government workers are making the switch from cubicles and offices to the comfort (or confines) of working from home to manage their FOIA requests other business processes. NextRequest shares their best tips and resources.
Whether you call it FOIA, Public Records, Open Records, Sunshine or any number of other names, a government's process of releasing information to the public should be easy, repeatable, and measurable.
NextRequest is the records request management platform helping governments to simplify their FOIA management.