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One of the goals of Open Data Day is to encourage the adoption of open data policies in government. In that spirit, it’s important to highlight the inspiring work of the people and agencies who are bringing open data policies to life.
Treasury guidelines for spending funds provide recipients with “broad flexibility to decide how best to use this funding to meet the needs of their communities.” Learn the two most likely sources for paying for technology.
Government leaders can follow these eight steps to better use data to turn ideas into policy into solutions.
Government users and service providers share the feeling that if we can figure out how to make something simple once, we can do it again, for all types of services. Self-service is a good first step.
The new EO rewrites the federal government’s approach to cybersecurity and improves the confidentiality, integrity and availability of public sector data.
As jurisdictions invest more heavily in modern digital infrastructures, now is the time to make sure digital inclusion is a purposeful part of any public sector tech strategy.
Consider moving these key investments in public admin, civic service, school and public safety technology into the future.
To meet reporting guidelines and overcome the challenges above, leaders should leverage data — both from their own operations and from third-party sources.
PBCs offer a solution that enables agencies to incrementally roll out modern digital services at a pace that balances citizen needs with budget realities.