Paper processes can be a time-consuming and inefficient constraint on agencies. Electronic signatures offer a step up for agencies considering ways to save time and resources.
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While governments compete for limited funding and resources, prioritizing customers is more important than ever. Having a strategy that can measure the value to citizens, while calculating business value, is key.
To deliver a high level of service, your organization needs an integrated system that lets you create personalized experiences across any channel.
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Technology is evolving quickly, and a lot of agencies are trying to keep up by adopting more online services. However, most government fieldworkers use paper-based processes to collect data during inspections. A recent GovLoop online training discussed how agencies can employ digital platforms and improve mobile capabilities to increase efficiency for fieldworkers.
In GovLoop’s recent online training, public and private sector experts explored ways to turn data into actionable insights.
Here are five in-house steps government agencies can take to help create a stronger line of defense from unknown cyberthreats.
With more people consuming information online than ever before, governments must find ways to modernize their citizen experiences.
As agencies maintain more documents, they need solutions to easily manage, update and route information without it turning into a big ordeal. These types of investments will have major payoffs for citizens and the employees who serve them.
Learn why agencies are moving to digital solutions from paper and PDF forms and how they are streamlining and optimizing these processes.