An app that Los Angeles recently released indicates that cloud is a blank canvas that state and local governments can use to provide almost any public service.
State and Local
Local government is having a yuletide time spreading holiday joy.
Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers is optimistic about his state’s future. Gazing into the proverbial crystal ball, Rodgers imagines Ohio’s technology and workforces reaching new heights in 2020 and beyond.
When you’re $1.5 billion in legacy debt, you let legacy go.
Vermont’s chief information officer (CIO) sat down with GovLoop to talk about his state’s successes in 2019 and what’s next in 2020 and beyond.
Scores of agencies are in the dark about some key factors regarding business. Cloud can overcome this by providing a single platform to manage operations.
The public sector has a reputation for being slow due to the unique restrictions it faces when it comes to innovating IT — but it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way.
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.
Automation is a hot topic among state and local governments. Faced with tight budgets and growing workloads, agencies are looking for tools that can perform work with minimal human input. Recall a repetitive, unexciting work assignment. Wouldn’t it have been nice having an automated tool perform that task?
Highlighting a government pioneer who co-founded an association to support government customer service professionals.