By Isaac Constans Imagine spending an hour editing a document, only to learn that someone had forgotten to email you the latest version. You start over and spend another hour with it, only to then find out someone else was editing their own copy at the same time. Now, you need to combine and reconcileRead… Read more »
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Poor-performing legacy systems affect all stakeholders in social services, from clients and caseworkers to IT departments and agency leaders.
Federal agencies are wrestling with a fundamental problem with Big Data: The data is being generated at exponentially faster rates every year.
Though cloud computing provides many efficiencies, there are several reasons why spending can exceed plans. The solution? Follow the money.
Deployed properly, cloud computing is a logical path toward greater efficiency, improved consistency and virtually limitless scalability. At the same time, determining where to use cloud can be complicated.
To help employees become more productive, agile, collaborative and effective wherever they work, agencies need to bring modern workflows to three key areas of work.
Many states have conducted disparity studies to discover if inequities exist in public procurement that adversely affect women’s business or minority business enterprises. Unsurprisingly, they do.
Like a person born without an immune system, operational technology (OT) existed and functioned in a bubble. That bubble is threatening to burst.