Before agencies can modernize, they need to assess the viability of their underlying infrastructure to power new innovations, applications, and services. But traditional environments are often crowded with hardware-defined legacy systems – usually operating in silos.
If all goes as planned, by 2022 federal agencies and their vendors should be using the Technology Business Management framework to track and communicate the value of IT in a more transparent and standardized way.
Learn more about the government cloud transformation success stories shared at the AWS Summit last month.
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Agencies recognize that modern analytics is imperative. But to harness these capabilities, they need platforms that support real-time decision-making.
Public-sector IT must move away from siloed services, along with storage and legacy IT, and instead embrace hyperconverged, cloud-based technologies to enable better services and efficiencies.
In Kansas City, citizens used to report potholes after they were formed. But the Public Works department’s director devised a method of predicting where potholes would develop.
Digital transformation is essential to improving government, but it can be difficult to achieve. We partnered with Hyland to provide a better sense of how government can drive digital transformation through content services.
The prospect of modernizing a large portfolio of traditional government applications to run in the cloud is daunting. Where to start?
Boston used to rely on inefficient and expensive processes for filing death certificates. Now, the city has a digitized system that improves customer experience.