Just as the brain is built to generate insights from diverse inputs, organizations can generate innovative, game-changing insights through cognitive diversity.
Even with digital government initiatives at an all-time high, many agencies are struggling with turning those initiatives into concrete digital services.
Agencies are trying to pin down just what will gain them the highly touted and loosely defined virtue of “innovativeness.”
Here are three ways your agency can prepare for both physical and digital emergencies no matter where you and your coworkers are operating from.
Given a limited budget, how do you make a go/no-go decision on an IT modernization initiative? Try approaching it like a home improvement project.
From the federal level down, agencies need networks that work consistently, reliably and securely. Fortunately, software-defined, wide-area networking can put agencies’ missions at the forefront of their networking capabilities.
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.