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How Strategic IT Portfolio Management Can Drive the Future of Work in Government

How Strategic IT Portfolio Management Can Drive the Future of Work in Government

Nearly every government level has made IT modernization their central focus. A 2022 survey of government decision-makers indicates that public sector organizations are well aware of the need for IT-led change. These government decision-makers are from federal, state, and local agencies. In the survey, 66% of respondents said their agency will continue to accelerate its…

How Strategic IT Portfolio Management Drives Government Modernization

How Strategic IT Portfolio Management Drives Government Modernization

IT has become a critical business enabler for public and private sector organizations. It especially evolved from more of a business process-oriented function to a major driver of change within the government. IT has become the cornerstone of key strategic initiatives, like data modernization, and digital transformation. Thus said, strategic IT portfolio management is now…

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IoT Will Drive the Future of Infrastructure. Is Your Organization Ready to Manage It?

According to the market research firm, IDC, approximately 56 connected devices will produce roughly 80 zettabytes of sensor and usage data by 2025. With this astronomical amount comes complexity and tons of costs. The federal government is preparing to invest $1.2 trillion in infrastructure over the next 10 years. And to ensure the utmost proficiency,…

How APIs Can Empower Agencies to Modernize in Place

How APIs Can Empower Agencies to Modernize in Place

Modernization is crucial for government agencies to achieve their strategic goals. From the cloud to artificial intelligence and machine learning, agencies can leverage an array of emerging technologies to increase their cyber and operational resilience. Agencies can also empower a distributed workforce and deliver digital services. However, effectively implementing these technologies requires agencies to develop…

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What the Legacy IT Reduction Act Could Mean for Government Agencies

The Amounting Problems & Debt of Government IT According to government estimates, federal agencies have a minimum of $7 billion in technical debt. This staggering debt is a result of vulnerabilities in data accessibility that led to tons of cybercriminal activities, redundant data, outdated systems, etc. In fact, an outdated legacy system is the main…

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