With so much money flowing out the door, it’s no surprise that federal agencies are looking to modernize their grants programs to create efficiencies, improve accountability and quickly get money into the hands of the people that need it.
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Remember how agencies interacted with constituents 12 months ago? Fast-forward to today, and citizen experience is digital, seamless and personalized.
Federal agencies need to develop quickly to keep up with changing workflows, dynamic citizen needs and new innovative technologies. Low-code can help.
Here are three things that federal agencies should consider when using low-code to implement complete automation in government.
Low-code can bridge the resource gap and allow civil servants with little or no coding experience build connections between RPA bots and government systems.
Government service and support get a bad rap — mainly due to legacy systems. Rather than completely replace these systems, federal agencies can use low-code to enhance them.
Using low-code development platforms, agencies can keep pace with policy changes and more rapidly deliver agile, flexible citizen experiences.
How can federal agencies use low-code development platforms to ensure accountability and improve trust in government?
Learn how using low-code to create powerful experiences — particularly around self-service — can increase access to government services and programs.
Where interactions suffer is when the quality of data doesn’t match documentation requirements. Improving the citizen experience can resolve these issues.