Application Integration

3 Key Lessons from the IRS’ Data Modernization

Monolithic legacy systems are common within federal agencies, but in a world where organizations must now move at the speed of their customers, holding on to legacy infrastructure can reduce agility, lead to inefficiencies and prevent agencies from taking action on their data. The IRS faced this challenge as it tried to unlock data from…

Simplifying Complex IT: Three Modernization Lessons from Government IT Leaders

Government IT modernization is now in full swing, with agencies increasingly adopting cloud-based systems and SaaS solutions to enhance their agility, improve operational efficiency and cultivate more data-driven decision-making within their organizations. However, for all its benefits, modernization is still inherently complex. To truly become digitally-driven organizations, governments must increase visibility into their IT ecosystem…

3 Things to Consider Before Migrating Mainframe Apps to a Low-Code No Code Platform

The marketplace is now saturated with low-code/no-code platforms, offering organizations the promise of innovation and solving business problems faster without a heavy development lift. According to Gartner, by 2023 50% of medium to large IT organizations will adopt low-code application platforms, and this market is expected to grow by 23% this year alone. Low-code/no-code platforms…

August 18, 2021 Location: Online

Incorporate your Mainframe Apps to Low Code/No Code Platforms Webinar - Offsite Link

Low code/no code platforms like Salesforce, Service Now, etc. are all the rage in the IT world. They enable deployment of new applications quickly and easily. But key functionality and data still reside in your legacy applications. See how to just as quickly and easily connect those applications to the new low code/no code platforms, all while maintaining governance over those integrations using low code/no code integration.

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Benefits of Using API Integration in Government

The benefits of using API integration in government are better security, as well as ease of accessibility to common citizens. API is a technology that integrates databases, applications, and devices, making the interaction between datasets and agencies a seamless, automatic process. If your government agency still relies on legacy applications and doesn’t have integrated systems,…

Key to Successful Implementation of DoD Data Strategy eBook

When the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announced its new data strategy in September 2020, much of what the department is aiming to do sounded familiar to people with experience in private sector information technology. The DoD plans to transform into a data-centric organization and use data to help the department fulfill a number of…

Pennsylvania Justice Network (PA JNET)

The Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET) is an integrated, secure justice portal providing an online environment for authorized users to access public safety and criminal justice information.

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Dept. of Labor OWCP

The OWCP mission is to protect the interests of workers who are injured or become ill on the job, their families and their employers by making timely, appropriate, and accurate decisions on claims, providing prompt payment of benefits and helping injured workers return to gainful work as early as is feasible.