Robotic process automation (RPA) can help agencies, their employees and the public save energy, time and money by automating manual and repetitive tasks.
State and Local
It’s time for the public sector to fully embrace technology and innovate like never before. We must improve our services, increase employee productivity and reduce processing times. The public we serve needs us to be at the top of our game. The future of our communities depends on it.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has a variety of ways that it participates in its local communities. There is one that stands above the rest.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) offers opportunities for all permanent staff to experience work outside their classification. These opportunities are called job shadows, where an employee is able to spend a day with someone of their choosing, upon manager approval. I went on a job shadow with a Region 2 Project Manager (PM) inRead… Read more »
The Utah Department of Technology Services turned to a platform that could streamline operations and resources, saving millions of dollars upfront.
As agencies adopt more technologies to improve operations, new skill sets are needed. Fortunately, telecommuting has made these skills more accessible to rural areas. Here are three things public leaders should consider when looking to leverage remote talent.
University research is a big business. But federally imposed administrative requirements divert researchers to focus on non-value-added activities.
The Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Virtual Highway Corridor (VHC) Project has integrated data sources from across the agency and made them available through an internal web portal to provide a comprehensive snapshot to improve efficiency, safety, and accuracy. Read how it was done.
Fog computing can transform agencies as it enables cloud on devices at the edge of their IT networks such as smartphones.
Chief data officers fill an executive post tasked with leveraging data as a strategic asset, but what precisely and practicably does that mean?