December 30, 2022, Opinion: "Rapid advances in technology have made our lives remarkably convenient. Today, sitting in our homes, we can order anything from groceries to electronics to books to cars. We can request cleaning services, plan travel, speak with medical professionals about our health care a and “visit” the Egyptian pyramids and other wonders around the world in virtual reality. We can read news from all over the world and connect electronically with family and friends living far away from us. Yet, today, when someone loses their job or faces a sudden or persistent loss in income that leads to economic insecurity, much-needed help isn’t one-click away. It is still difficult to figure out how to navigate government safety net programs that individuals should have access to, so that immediate and ample support can provide temporary relief. That system needs to be fixed. How can we do it?"