To tackle pressing issues, state and local agencies are improving their processes of collaborating and sharing data to drive solutions. Here are some examples.
To meet reporting guidelines and overcome the challenges above, leaders should leverage data — both from their own operations and from third-party sources.
Security staff shouldn’t waste time playing catch-up with bad actors. And that experience shouldn’t inconvenience users either.
“What’s most exciting to me is the ability of RPA to make a mission impact — to really start to solve some big mission problems in government.”
The public sector is at the forefront of community impact, particularly when efforts are supported by modern technology and data’s use is maximized.
A closer examination of data warehouses, data lakes and enterprise data platforms is helpful in determining which one is right for your organization and its strategic goals.
Many cities moved quickly to adjust transportation infrastructure. Your agency can use this data to gain insights for your transportation planning efforts.
Traffic fatalities rose even as driving decreased in 2020, and transportation planners stepping up their safety initiatives — especially for pedestrians.
In an active planning environment, agencies can streamline reporting and access real-time data to address unexpected changes and plan for what’s next.
Replacing legacy technologies with modern, cloud-based solutions enables agencies to extend operations to wherever their employees are.