Federal agencies need to develop quickly to keep up with changing workflows, dynamic citizen needs and new innovative technologies. Low-code can help.
Government service and support get a bad rap — mainly due to legacy systems. Rather than completely replace these systems, federal agencies can use low-code to enhance them.
Login.gov identity service is now available to city and state governments. Here’s why this is the biggest govtech news to come out in the last five years.
As a local government employee, here are some ways I saw my area’s agencies help our community following the recent severe weather.
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Using low-code development platforms, agencies can keep pace with policy changes and more rapidly deliver agile, flexible citizen experiences.
Now more than ever, agencies must improve citizen experiences by retiring paper-based processes in favor of digitization, automated forms and modern case management.
How can federal agencies use low-code development platforms to ensure accountability and improve trust in government?
911 dispatchers were rarely recognized during one of the most difficult years in modern history. Let us not forget why they are worthy of praise.
Due to my community receiving 5,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, it was all hands on deck this past week as we conducted our immunization efforts.