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Historically, the public sector has lagged behind the private in adopting innovations in HR technology. Today, agencies are at a technology crossroads.
To modernize back-office systems and digitally transform government services, agencies are increasingly relying on cloud technologies. Cloud allows governments to be proactive rather than reactive in how they meet citizen needs and expectations. Cloud can also help agencies reduce costs, maximize efficiency, increase agility and prioritize spend on innovation and agency missions.
This blog post is an excerpt of our recent report with Infor, Paving the Path for Government Digital Transformation via the Cloud. To download the full report, head here. Digital transformation is the transformation of business activities, processes, competencies and models to fully leverage digital technologies and their impact in a strategic and prioritized way,… Read more »
Learn the benefits of cloud and how you can make the transition at your agency.
Learn how state and local agencies can harness digital services to deliver better constituent services.
Learn how experts are successfully using digital services to improve constituent experiences.
To decrease costs and improve patient care, health IT solutions must have access to reliable, near-real time data from across the health system.
Because citizens are able to navigate consumer websites with such ease, they are beginning to expect the same quality of service when dealing with government agency’s digital platforms.
This blog is an excerpt from our recent Industry Perspective, “Revolutionizing Government Facilities Management in the Cloud.” To download the full brief, click here. The US government owned and managed buildings and assets well before Thomas Jefferson signed his name to the Declaration of Independence. Today, federal government owns, leases, or manages more than 275,000 buildings… Read more »