Wow. 2014 was a great year for government innovation. We are in the middle of writing our end of year wrap-up guide highlighting 30 great case studies of government innovation from USGS drones to GSA smart building to State of Hawaii’s gamification website.
And those are just the ones that made the cut for this guide – the decisions were tough and there were hundreds of other great examples of government agency innovative projects to deliver better services to citizens.
I expect 2015 to be no different. Agencies will continue to be pushed to look at new ways to solve problems as baby boomers continue to retire and citizens demand continue to increase. Luckily, the pace of technology is growing even faster and the ability to provide solutions in a cost-effective way is growing by the day.
So peering into your crystal ball, how do you think 2015 will shape up?
What will be the top technology trends? What
In 7 words or less…..What’s your 2015 prediction?
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“Uniting Civic Life with the Digital Age”
Not doing the same thing over and over again — damn, 9 words
CIOs overspend budgets. Delivearables disappoint users.
In other words, no change from last year.
Good Data + Accurate Analysis Drives Positive Action
Digitalization, Virtualization, Innovation, Collaboration, Sequestration, Stagnation & Frustration
Terry – this made me laugh out loud!
Great opportunities are on the way soon!
24-hour news foments distrust in government; distrust grows.
Improving knowledge transfer within government; to public.
More apps, more government by mobile.
truth in advertising, transparency in government, no more “mis-spokes”
Note to Chris, 12 words and two punctuations!
Moving to the cloud! …Cirrusly.
As a baby boomer I expect to get lower appraisals so that I dont get promoted and they put millenials with MBAs in charge.
New staff members, new ideas, more veterans.
More of the same!
One year closer to retirement.
Data-driven policy, programs & performance improve customer experience. (7 with the help of an ampersand and a hyphen)
I will under-promise and over-deliver!
Everyone must make the hard right decision.
I have a passion to serve others.
More action. Less hand wringing. Big hugs.
World crisis, health issues, wars, less jobs.
For many of us, 2015, will be either a bottle neck or a threshold.
A BETTER SHELL GAME FOR GOVERNMENT.
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