In a recent GovLoop online training, panelists discussed the value and benefits of moving enterprise resource planning (ERP) to the cloud.
Government adoption of blockchain is still nascent but a few brave government agency leaders see the potential of the technology, and are experimenting with ways to use blockchain to make government services more effective.
Civic engagement is key to truly producing change at a policy level. However, it is only one piece of the puzzle.
In this post, we discuss the key drivers that government leaders must address to implement a successful, agency-wide digital strategy.
Imagine this scenario: all of your apps and data reside in the same easy to use system instead of your current siloed systems. No, that isn’t a fantasy. A new way of doing business is emerging in the public sector and it’s called a container ecosystem.
Achieving security is still a concern in hybrid cloud environments. The answer is to shift to a model of cloud security where identity is the new firewall, devices are the new perimeter, and flexibility is built in to the approach.
Agencies are preparing to move more sensitive data to the cloud and are seeking out new resources to ensure security.
We recently sat down with Janet Stevens in her D.C. office to talk about current initiatives, IT modernization, adopting emerging tech and more.
The director of Georgia DCSS discusses how the state successfully employed a mobile app to address over 400,000 child support cases.
If agencies limit modernization efforts to replacing or upgrading outdated legacy systems, they will only make limited gains in terms of performance and security. Instead, government should undergo an agency-wide digital transformation.