With the increase in technological innovation, agencies are looking for new ways to increase citizen engagement and satisfaction. Investing in artificial intelligence (AI) and chatbots may be a way to transform the way organizations interact with citizens.
Changes in government technology have improved a number of processes in recent years, but they’ve also come at a cost, namely in cybersecurity.
Technology is evolving quickly, and a lot of agencies are trying to keep up by adopting more online services. However, most government fieldworkers use paper-based processes to collect data during inspections. A recent GovLoop online training discussed how agencies can employ digital platforms and improve mobile capabilities to increase efficiency for fieldworkers.
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Agencies looking to fund projects through the Technology Modernization Fund now have a clearer path to do so. Last week, the Office of Management and Budget sent out memo M-18-12, which set into motion the Modernizing Government Technology Act that President Trump signed into law in December 2017. Two days later, OMB announced the seven… Read more »
There is quite a bit of innovation occurring across the government, but it’s difficult to know who is doing what where. Join us as we collectively co-design opportunities to concretely share and connect with innovators across the government.
With the complexity of solutions leading to longer lead times and far-off go-live dates, the perception that IT can’t deliver has led to independent and de-centralized purchasing of solutions by business units – who probably aren’t consulting you about the implications of the purchase.
To help you understand what proposed changes will impact you, we’ve outlined a mix of management and technology issues ranging from pay and benefits to reducing the size of the federal workforce and new IT initiatives that will change the way you work.
Digital transformations in government are not easy or automatic — they are a journey. Still, tools and methods are available to accelerate strategic planning and execution, while providing a means to improve user experiences and maximize resources.
For federal agencies seeking to confront tightened budgets while keeping pace with the rapid rate of technological innovation in 2018 and the years to come, Pivot3’s next-generation hyperconvergence is the smart path forward.