So you’ve officially decided that the obsolete, inefficient way of managing information technology at your agency should no longer be utilized. Congratulations! You’ve effectively decided to get rid of IT sprawl, a reality too often seen in government. As a refresher, IT sprawl happens when information is separated, disparate applications are deployed, and there areRead… Read more »
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By consolidating one-off solutions and leveraging a common platform for business applications across the enterprise, government IT leaders can reduce costs, streamline operations and, ultimately, provide better service to citizens.
If you haven’t figured it out already, we’ll fill you in: the purchasing process for IT software, equipment and services is daunting. How can you make sure your substantial IT purchase is fully optimized?
You’ve asked the right questions. You’ve taken steps towards measuring the ROI to make sure you’re getting the most out of your project. Congratulations — your project is implemented and running along, and everybody is seeing the value. But there’s yet more to do. Now, it’s time to make sure: is this IT investment you’veRead… Read more »
It’s all about asking the right questions. That was the conclusion we came to in an earlier blog post about how to make strategic and successful IT investments in the public sector. So let’s say you’ve asked the right questions before a critical IT investment. Everybody is on the same page about what project successRead… Read more »
Implementing new technology and IT projects is often a difficult process for everybody involved, particularly in government. Budget and staff cuts, rapidly advancing systems, outdated procurement processes and more can leave officials feeling unequipped to make their next big IT move. But picking the right technology is more important than ever. Governments are reaching that ‘ahRead… Read more »
Paper paper everywhere, but not a drop of efficiency to be seen. That could be the mantra of government workers everywhere, who, in order to perform their important duties for citizens, often have to shift through mound and mounds of internal and external paperwork to get anything done. From clerks who must deal with enormousRead… Read more »
What do you know about the clerk working in your city our county government? We’re guessing probably not a lot. However, a clerk in your local government is constantly doing a lot of work — mostly behind the scenes that you may never know about. And the fact is, the job of a clerk is criticalRead… Read more »
Do less with more. One person doing two jobs. Make better decisions – but with fewer resources. These sort of phrases have become the new edict of government. As budgets get cut and staff reduced, government employees wonder how, exactly, they are supposed to get everything done, when it seems like they have more andRead… Read more »
Much has been made lately about digital services in government. Better technology. More efficient software. Increasingly agile IT. Better digital services and better technology in government are absolutely important. But technology can only take your organization so far. There is a continued importance of having people actually working and dedicating their time to do theRead… Read more »