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This govie has a hand in all things money in the City of Albany. Learn what challenges he faces and how he is helping citizens and the government thrive.
State and local governments are currently living in an era of great change. How do they prepare for the future?
As new threats against the homeland develop, the DoD must expand on its traditional capabilities to effectively counter these threats. In order to reduce vulnerabilities at the Department, technology, workforce, and operations innovation must occur.
The landscape of war is shifting from physical threats to cyber ones. Fortunately, Government Acquisitions is helping the DoD and other agencies identify, target and eliminate these new threats.
By now everyone knows that cybersecurity is a top issue among government agencies. Every day, there are new threats. Complicating matters: cyber criminals are getting smarter and are employing more sophisticated tactics when it comes to breaching security measures.
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The Aloha State isn’t just focused on the current digital signatures implementation. Officials are also thinking of future implementations — the next round of paperless.
Collaboration tools (e.g., instant messaging and presence, web conferencing, voice and unified messaging, mobility, and pervasive video) provide organizations, teams, and individuals the ability to “labor together” to achieve common desired outcomes in a more effective manner.
We’ve all been on the dreaded tech support line — languishing in despair as the wait time increases and real help seems like a distant dream. There has to be a better way, right? If only the government could find one. The Delaware Department of Technology found that solution.