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Alexis Bonnell, Senior Business Executive and emerging technology evangelist for the Public Sector at Google Cloud, shares how government agencies can use artificial intelligence to optimize workflows and improve service delivery.
Economic Recovery: Wisconsin Leans on Google Cloud to Better Serve Its Community During COVID-19 and Beyond
When confronted with challenges, resilient organizations adapt and innovate to address changing customer needs. Through its partnership with Google Cloud, the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development exemplifies this evolutionary approach.
Denise Winkler, strategic business executive for social services and labor at Google Cloud, shares insights on how the COVID-19 pandemic reshaped the delivery of social safety net services – and what these changes mean for the future.
Jeff Brown, a strategic business executive for Google Cloud’s Public Sector team, talks about how cloud-based solutions help agencies navigate disruption and prepare for the future.
The coronavirus outbreak has strained government response efforts, and the current recession will impact state and local revenues for years to come but will force governments to innovate in exciting new ways.
Oklahoma state government is using cloud technologies to help limit the spread of COVID-19 and cope with massive economic disruption the virus is leaving in its wake.
As government officials prepare to upgrade their SAP environments to the latest version, the reasons to move ERP to the cloud are very compelling. With the right cloud choices, CIOs can capitalize on technology and innovation through a robust platform that will help future-proof government agencies and deliver enhanced citizen services for years to come.
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Working in partnership with local government and non-profit organizations, we are now providing services that provide a better user experience, are faster, more efficient, and more accountable through the use of Google technology.
In a cloud environment, you don’t need to own a data center to do research at a global scale.
The pandemic became an accelerant for cyber attacks with the number of attacks in education spiking 30% YoY during July and August 2020.
Today, the same opportunity exists to transform government security, operations, and organizational models by implementing Zero Trust.
Panelists had five tips for government employees who are making technology purchasing decisions for their agency.
While there is uncertainty about how much the climate will change in the future, we know it won’t look like the past.
Researchers discovered a silver lining: The pandemic has also been a catalyst to modernize the legacy infrastructure in states and cities.
Government leaders need a way to allow case adjudicators to quickly and confidently release backlogged claims, integrate with existing systems, and segment legitimate claims from potentially fraudulent ones.
As we look to solve decades-old challenges with new technologies in workforce productivity, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence/machine learning, we know that we are only as good as the people behind the technology.
Read about opportunities to innovate by using technology and how government agencies across Europe embraced new methods to gain efficiencies and tremendous cost savings.
Download this issue brief to learn how forward-thinking health and human services officials are overcoming this challenge with innovative services hosted in the cloud. These changes also become building blocks for long-term initiatives to replace obsolete technology and provide communities with better and more reliable services.Download now
Government’s shift toward remote and hybrid work demands a new approach to training and workforce development. See how the state of Iowa uses the Google Classroom online learning platform to onboard new hires, provide continuous education and compliance training for public safety professionals, train volunteers, teach employees to use new software, and more.Read now
This report presents results from the survey indicating that government organizations are in the middle of big changes in how they operate, both internally and in terms of public-facing services – but especially around the future of work for public employees.Read now
In this Virtual Q&A, Denise Winkler, strategic business executive for social services and labor at Google Cloud, shares insights on how the COVID-19 pandemic reshaped the delivery of social safety net services – and what these changes mean for the future.Watch now