The State of Louisiana has just issued a participating addendum to the UKG - OMNIA Partners contract allowing public agencies, including public school districts, to easily procure our solution.
Hiring with diversity and inclusion as a priority will make an impact on your educational institution in positive ways.
Learn how collaborative leadership, automated systems, and systematic checks and balances formed the basis for achieving what many would have deemed an impossible financial turnaround in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Are you ready for the impact of the government infrastructure bill? Now is the time to prepare your company for success.
Payroll and timekeeping are often overshadowed during discussions of new ERP systems, but their impact on employee engagement and financial performance is something that should be carefully considered.
Next week is Public Service Recognition Week (May 2-7, 2021) — a time to honor our public-service superheroes who build, maintain, and serve our communities. The pandemic gave rise to a myriad of new challenges on top of the already demanding work that public servants undertake — though it goes without saying that these individuals have risen to the occasion and deserve our recognition today more than ever.
Learn the benefit of utilizing value-added resellers (VARs) when procuring technology for your public sector organization.
EDUCAUSE has released its Top IT Issues of 2021. This ever-popular report produced each year helps institutions prioritize their goals, projects, and budgets. This year, they took a different approach and focused on how the role of technology will affect pandemic recovery.
A transparent public procurement process is important. Learn how cooperative purchasing combines the buying power of public agencies to ensure you receive the best price and/or value for your purchase.
Amid all the concern surrounding COVID-19, many people had to work from home for the first time in their careers. The pros and cons of remote work have been debated extensively, and we now have mountains of data to support those claims. Will teleworking become the new normal?