Matt Gibbons, Senior Director of Public Sector at SAP Concur sat down with GovLoop to explain how agencies can afford a more modern IT environment that supports emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
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In this post we will extend our product lifecycle, adding detail that creates epics from themes, considering buy versus build, and cost. Finally, we will evaluate the options using four criteria.
Before agencies can modernize, they need to assess the viability of their underlying infrastructure to power new innovations, applications, and services. But traditional environments are often crowded with hardware-defined legacy systems – usually operating in silos.
A little bit of technical debt can sometimes be strategic, but keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn’t get out of hand. And as always, plan ahead.
For a more efficient development process, make the users a part of the game.
Implementing new technology can be challenging. Here are six things to consider when implementing something new.
With so much new information being processed, government is desperately in need of infrastructure that is capable of supporting all the data in various networks. That’s why everyone is talking about the New IP – network technology that is able to support IoT at the platform level.
Government must come together as one to identify our common needs and maintain the highest levels of quality in the products and services we purchase to meet those needs.
Earlier this month, GSA released its latest refreshes to the Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) solicitations. While these changes to contract clauses and provisions typically impact contractors most, there were several updates in this round that will positively impact government agencies who purchase off the Schedules and other GSA contract vehicles.
How technology helps clerks meet public records, agenda and transparency needs