With an increasingly mobile American population, most U.S. federal government agencies have launched mobile-optimized “responsive” versions of their official websites for citizens. A smaller number of agencies have taken the extra step to develop specialized apps for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, and most of those apps are aimed to consumers / citizens.
Posts Tagged: mobile
In this space over the coming weeks, we hope to turn your attention to the many ways the Census Bureau has met the digital challenge while at the same time transforming our approach from agency-centric to more information and customer centric. We understand that in an age of mobile technology, people are used to getting… Read more »
Want to know the weather? There’s an app for that. Want to know how long the TSA security line is at the airport? There’s an app for that, too! Blog Co-Author: Susan Wedge, IBM vice president for mobile In 2012, President Obama’s digital government plan ordered federal agencies to create at least two mobile apps. … Read more »
The best approach to (re-)designing your organization’s site is to strategize, understand possible approaches, and invest in solid design and development.
This is the last part of a three-part series exploring mobile enterprise and application platforms with Red Hat, a leader in the open source industry. Read the other two blog posts here and here. Power outages: they’re a reality far too often for cities and towns often by large storms. We’ve all been there –… Read more »
There’s plenty of potential for government to offer mobile pay, but agencies should ask seven important questions before adopting mobile wallet technology.
This simple exchange illustrates why it’s so critical to be thinking about where mobile application development fits into your organization.
This is the first part of a three-part series exploring mobile enterprise and application platforms with Red Hat, a leader in the open source industry. Stay tuned in the next month for more! We may not realize them as such, but our mobile devices have become extremely personal. Think about it: your device knows everything… Read more »
Every year, more merchandise flows across national borders. In the fiscal year of 2012 alone, $2.38 trillion in US-focused imports took place, representing a five percent increase over the previous year – a figure that is only magnified in the global landscape. Yet traditional customs activities and resources remain cumbersome, and success brings alongside it… Read more »
This interview is an excerpt from our recent guide, Top Challenges & Solutions From State and Local Governments, which examines 16 case study examples transforming the way government safeguards information and technology. Teens and young adults are often accused of being addicted to their phones, but they are not alone: 90 percent of Americans own a… Read more »