To meet application expectations, organizations have to fix issues right away. And when you don’t have automation capabilities, it becomes difficult to pinpoint and fix snags in real time.
GovLoop has three tips for agencies who want to keep digitally transforming after they’ve adopted cloud computing services.
Building virtual connections will result in more educated, engaged constituents and a stronger community fabric even after the pandemic fades.
The pandemic forced many white-collar jobs out of offices and into basements, kitchens and bedrooms. But as the pandemic has evolved, numerous tech firms have decided to fully embrace having their employees work from home – some of them permanently.
The way agencies serve their customers and the technology government employees use to do their jobs has changed in a matter of months.
Government agencies have a love-hate relationship with paper that has been years in the making. But digitizing these key processes can help.
Technical debt is the amount of time agencies cling to technology that isn’t current, putting them increasingly behind cutting-edge tools.
The Air Force has digitized many of its documents and processes as more of its employees telework during the public health crisis.
Both open source and commercial off-the-shelf software are equally powerful tools. The key is knowing when to use which.
The AWS partner network supports frontline workers with technology that enables tracking of health care resources, analyzes utilization of resources and more.