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Government leaders across the country have made great strides in using their data to meet specific performance or program goals, but it often stops there. The next step is to ask, “is there life beyond that?” for your data.
All government leaders should think about how they can create more useful and usable CAFRs and other financial reports, with an eye toward digitization.
The use of modern technology, open data portals, and data sharing in partnerships can move the needle in overcoming challenges and leveraging opportunities for veterans across the country.
If you’re still thinking through ways to lighten your workload, overcome challenges, and better serve your constituents, examining other government wins can kick start your imagination. Check out the following successful data uses from Memphis and New York for inspiration.
Is your work case-like? If it involves lots of data, non-linear workflows, and requires you and your technology to work together to reach the right outcome, then the answer is yes. And if so, it is important to have the right tools for the job.
Breaking down silos creates the connections necessary for governments to withstand reduced resources, a shifting workforce, and political uncertainty. It makes the load lighter.
As we enter 2020, public sector leaders should look for cascading instances of governments benefiting in practical ways from the cloud, with an eye toward how such a move can help jurisdictions reach their unique goals.
Government agencies, as well as businesses, use data to drive priorities, make strategic decisions, and provide services. But what happens when people within or across agencies draw from different silos of data?