Open source technology and developments allow governments of all sizes to launch applications that can immediately provide business returns, communicate with one another and find tailored, innovative solutions.
Research shows that government IT staff lead the way in knowledge management, process controls, and other steps toward ensuring IT service maturity compared to other industry sectors but they need to be on the cutting edge of tech changes to stay on top.
The nature of the public service is changing, and the old ways are not coming back. The future of public administration is transformation – and it’s high time we started supporting public servants to scuttle the old systems that keep governments entrenched in non-value-added work.
Peformance management is a collection of strategies for meeting goals effectively and efficiently that applies to individuals and their organizations.
Forms are one of the main sources of information intake for government agencies, and yet they’re often thrown together haphazardly – with overutilized templates or poorly considered practices.
Modern technology can make these aims attainable when the right solution is found, bridging the gap between government and a segmented population.
Building and maintaining community and agency partnerships is vital for improvements.
Intake and governance are critical factors to proper IT project management.
Self-service may not be the norm in government yet, but it is becoming the expectation. With the increasing desire to “do it yourself,” a self-service portal is essential.
How do you even begin to plan an event that is relevant to government (three levels), academic and not-for-profit stakeholders across 13 provinces/territories in a massive country?