“The eventual goal is to enable financial management professionals to spend more time on analysis and provide better service to their customers, and less time on traditional transaction processing and system maintenance.”
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Here is a limiting belief: We are a government organization and don’t think user research is something we can do.
What if you didn’t have to choose between today’s technology demands and tomorrow’s needs? What if you could provide value to the public much faster?
Here is a limiting belief: Modernization lies at the doorstep of the chief information officer, and therefore the CIO is solely accountable.
“Ultimately, successful and widespread modernization is about execution and creating a psychologically safe environment where folks are open to taking risks and leadership supports them.”
The need for security shouldn’t hinder employees from doing their best work without headaches. We spoke to gov experts who are balancing both.
Simple, fast and accessible are words that historically have not been associated with government technology systems. But the realities are shifting. Key to this turning tide has data.
An expert detailed three key areas that agencies should prioritize to deliver data-driven outcomes.
There’s no denying the benefits of big data in government. So why, then, does it feel like an aspirational goal for even the most well-intentioned organizations?