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Everyone loves conferences—from the chance to hear inspiring keynotes to the opportunity to network with peers, they offer great content in a convenient package. However, it’s not always easy for government employees to step away from their desks and get the required budget to attend conferences. That’s why we’re hosting the completely virtual and completelyRead… Read more »
We’ve gone far and wide to provide you with perspectives on the possibility and promise of AI applied to government services, but today I’d like to talk about where we are today and what I hope the future holds for a technology that in many ways is still in its infancy.
The first step in creating integrated digital experiences for both government employees and citizens is to achieve a single, comprehensive view of the citizen.
As government moves forward with AI, agencies can bring these types of commercial best practices to citizens to improve the customer experience.
The intake process is where project proposals are reviewed to determine how important they are—and whether they should get the green light to proceed, be tabled for a later date, or be rejected outright.
Consider this: expanding organizational leadership can build a pipeline of talent and be enhanced by a focus on continuous improvement.
Every day, we see the way technology changes the world. Still, Government agencies sometimes use inefficient and outdated applications and infrastructure. It’s important to understand why Government Agencies should improve their technology.
Utilizing best practices and developing a strong delivery plan creates a thriving development environment that provides great experiences to users, creates a strong agency brand and enables staff to be effective.
It’s true that all hardware products rely on software. What makes the current software-defined movement different, and not just a buzzword, is the decoupling of hardware and software.