I’m over government “innovation.” Not because innovation isn’t conceptually important, but because of the term carries a sense of ownership relegated to a chosen few in any given organization.
Often, moonshot type endeavors are not and cannot be financed privately – either due to sheer complexity, extended time horizons for attainment, or the sheer magnitude of financial investment needed. These types of projects instead require government involvement.
The network is the foundation that enables the delivery of innovative IT modernization solutions that government employees and constituents can use.
User experience design grounded in community insights and followed by the rapid implementation can be a recipe for success.
There are many government agencies with interesting and important missions you may never have heard of, including hurricane hunting and biodiversity banks.
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Agencies such as the Department of Defense (DoD) need a new medium for their data to maneuver on. This is where modern networks come to play.
The more agencies incorporate employees’ needs into their training and development, the better prepared they will be to embrace new ways of doing business.
Here are four areas where the government is currently doing well, along with four areas in which it could improve going into the 2020 technology landscape.
Learn how government can make the most out of unstructured data thanks to modern digital solutions.