What Will CIO Priorities Look Like in 2015?

businessmen looking at iPadMitchell Humphrey & Co. recently found an article on GovTech.com entitled, “What Will CIO Priorities Look Like in 2015?”.  State CIOs voted on their top priorities for the coming year, reflecting little change from the past few years.  >>Read Article

 

Innovative Public-Sector Technology Requires Change from the Bottom Up

Mitchell Humphrey & Co. recently found an article on GovTech.com entitled, “Innovative Public-Sector Technology Requires Change from the Bottom Up”.  Innovation at the bottom requires trying things and being imperfect, but is now what’s leading the country.  >>Read Article

 

GIS and the Rising Importance of “Where” in Government

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Mitchell Humphrey & Co. recently found an article on GovTech.com entitled, “GIS and the Rising Importance of “Where” in Government”.
At one time, GIS was a complex, unapproachable technology with no applicability for the layman.  Then came mobility, location-based applications and GPS.  Today, GIS is an increasingly vital component of government agencies’ work, helping employees make more intelligent, informed decisions, improving collaboration, increasing productivity and lowering costs.  Read this Special Report to find out how various departments in government agencies around the country are putting a new spin on an old technology to transform operations. >>Read Article

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