The President’s Management Agenda, which established the framework for IT modernization two years ago, leans heavily on innovation. And although agencies have made progress in modernization on several fronts, adoption of innovative technologies hasn’t been seamless.
With so many tools available, agencies are grappling with product sprawl. To reign things in, agencies are turning to software factories to take their DevSecOps efforts to the next level.
Challenges require creative solutions, but creative solutions can seem too risky in places like public sector health care. Yet, that didn’t stop this team to disrupt the status quo and produce critical solutions to cost and communication challenges in the state’s health care system.
Today, agencies must move to a collaborative, flexible and agile procurement solution that can go beyond existing tools and processes and enable government acquisition officers to realize their strategic vision.
A flexible procurement solution allows agencies to take advantage of the use of intelligent workflow, increased automation and improved transparency.
By moving to a collaborative and flexible procurement solution, agencies can enable more efficient processes, reduce risk, increase compliance and facilitate digital transformation and modernization efforts.
Jose Arrieta, Chief Information Officer at the Health and Human Services Department, shared how he has used his strengths to take managed risks.
Agencies and departments are constantly being tasked to do more with less. Here are three of the main challenges to government modernization efforts.
The hope now is that agencies won’t have to bend backwards to satisfy TIC. The hope is that TIC will instead be flexible enough for agencies to adopt modern solutions tailored to their needs.
At GovLoop’s online training, experts shared insight into gov tech trends for 2020: being customer-centric through strategic data and shared services.