There’s no disputing the integral role technology plays in supporting nuanced government work. What is up for debate, however, is how much of that tech infrastructure agencies can and should maintain themselves.
Consider moving these key investments in public admin, civic service, school and public safety technology into the future.
Winning in IT is a team sport. Combining legacy knowledge and advanced capabilities as one team achieves the real promise of IT.
PBCs offer a solution that enables agencies to incrementally roll out modern digital services at a pace that balances citizen needs with budget realities.
Though not directly funded by any congressional dollars, Biden’s cybersecurity executive order trails a watershed funding surge for government technology.
Cloud computing can successfully modernize any agency who considers its impact on its people, processes, technology and citizens beforehand.
“It’s much like taking an old barn car and putting a new coat of paint on it. Underneath the hood, you’re still going to have that same misfiring engine.”
While the IT environment has continued to expand with new technologies, the IT team has not. “You really have to automate in order to operate at that scale, to be able to accomplish the work you need to do.”
Whether in planes, jeeps, portable shelters or on the battlefield, missions must be accomplished regardless of obstacles.
The why of change helps people understand why we do what we do and who that actually affects. And then maybe that helps us to be more efficient.