Duration: 07:00 hours
As the world around us becomes increasingly reliant on data and digital technologies, public service skill sets must also adapt to meet the needs of citizens. This course examines the impact of new and emerging digital methods on the public service and introduces the government's new digital standards. Participants will examine the meaning of digital in a government context, assemble their digital toolbox, and explore new approaches to creating a digitally enabled work environment in their own organizations.
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