Automation allows state and local governments to detect, patch and connect systems with minimal employee intervention, saving time and money.
State and Local
Outdated technology causes service delivery problems at all levels of government, including the legacy systems that state and local transportation departments rely on. But there’s a better way.
Under the direction of CIO Mark Wittenburg, Tempe, Arizona’s IT department has spent the last year promoting innovation while excelling at the basics.
Are you ready to be at the forefront of government IT, and is your department making investments to modernize IT service and project delivery?
In Georgia, digital services don’t end at IT consultations and website updates. Instead, they’ve prioritized a human-centric experience.
A city can consider itself successful only when it provides opportunities for all its citizens to have access to mobility, public health, learning and housing, while taking care of the environment.
As a former 911 and 311 director, I clearly remember the challenges of planning for an emergency. Both planned and unexpected emergencies demand an enormous amount of coordination.
If creativity, vulnerability and innovation are to be embraced, those in leadership can’t freak out when certainty is unavailable to them. How leadership reacts will have ripple effects that impact everyone under them.
In a world where there is literally nothing I cannot learn from my smartphone, I expect my government to be connected too. In doing this, it is important that governments continue to find the sweet spot between innovation and security without compromising accessibility and efficiency.
Using Trello as a Kanban for teams is a great solution for team project management.