Federal agencies need to develop quickly to keep up with changing workflows, dynamic citizen needs and new innovative technologies. Low-code can help.
“Ultimately, successful and widespread modernization is about execution and creating a psychologically safe environment where folks are open to taking risks and leadership supports them.”
Simple, fast and accessible are words that historically have not been associated with government technology systems. But the realities are shifting. Key to this turning tide has data.
It’s time to take your data protection to a new level with a modern, future-ready approach that will set you up for success — today and in the coming years.
An expert detailed three key areas that agencies should prioritize to deliver data-driven outcomes.
There’s no denying the benefits of big data in government. So why, then, does it feel like an aspirational goal for even the most well-intentioned organizations?
Project management steering committees can allow decision-makers to discuss impactful technology-driven enterprise initiatives.
In an active planning environment, agencies can streamline reporting and access real-time data to address unexpected changes and plan for what’s next.
Replacing legacy technologies with modern, cloud-based solutions enables agencies to extend operations to wherever their employees are.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased pressure on agencies in two key ways. First, they are facing unprecedented demand for remote work. Second, this push has strained their IT networks with historic burdens.