Funding Gov Tech
Exploring the new landscape for funding and sustaining your gov tech investments
The Center for Digital Government will be creating a Guide to Technology Investments that will combine research and perspectives from the initiative’s virtual conversations, infographic, and insights. This guide will be released soon.
With an influx of dollars from the federal government and a new focus on investing in the nation’s technology infrastructure, IT leaders can leverage current funds to close technology gaps exposed by the COVID pandemic, drive new innovations and improve constituent service delivery. Here are some best practices and smart strategies for making the most of this important moment.
Better information management, communication and collaboration will help states and localities make the most of infrastructure investments.
Providing IT-related services for public, academic, and school libraries in Colorado, Marmot Library Network has ample responsibility to provide technology that will protect and secure the rare books and artifacts at each of the numerous locations, and in their digital archive, while also ensuring a safe, enjoyable library experience for the citizens and tourists of Eagle County.
During the unprecedented challenges brought on by the pandemic, T-Mobile for Government connected the city’s Department of Youth and Community Development to free devices running on America’s largest, fastest, and most reliable network.
Research shows that U.K. government departments view security and data sovereignty as major barriers to public cloud deployments. Learn how unlock the value of FedRAMP and StateRAMP.
Digital transformation efforts have accelerated dramatically in government in the past two years. Municipalities across the country are now embracing remote and hybrid work, finding new ways to deliver secure digital services, and increase constituent access and safety.
Government leaders often talk about engaging in a “whole community” approach for disaster preparedness and recovery.
Funding from the American Rescue Plan Act and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act provides state and local governments a critical opportunity to catch up on modernization and long overdue investments in cybersecurity.