The state is piloting an agile integration platform that will make it easier for microservices and application programming interfaces to quickly retrieve and connect data from multiple state systems.
Agencies and departments are constantly being tasked to do more with less. Here are three of the main challenges to government modernization efforts.
An expert in government technology says three steps can help agencies manage their IT and innovate new ways for using it.
With campaigns of mass and fake comments plaguing public feedback mechanisms for regulatory agencies, GSA seeks public input on potential solutions.
Federal IT departments have long been the gatekeepers of technology. They’ve decided which applications employees could download and what devices could connect to the network. But for many agencies, that changed in recent years.
The result of automation and cloud is a more efficient and effective agency, looking at cloud-based automation as a cycle will help make it fit your agency.
The problem is that modern solutions require a flexibility and scalability that a legacy environment simply cannot provide. Agencies can try to make it work, but eventually that underlying infrastructure limits their ability to deliver high-quality CX.
Often when agencies think about modernizing systems, they think about implementing a cloud solution, but automation is also essential to embrace the power of efficiency.
When you’re $1.5 billion in legacy debt, you let legacy go.
In an age of shrinking budgets, staff and time, agencies need every competitive advantage — and removing legacy IT systems is a great place to start.