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Next Generation Government

Between government now and government new, there's a bridge

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This paper outlines the challenges and opportunities for water utility leaders and offers strategies they can follow to develop technology roadmaps that guide them into a smarter, more secure and more sustainable future for their communities.
In this Q&A, Cisco’s Global Industry Solutions Executive and Global Water Business Lead Sielen Namdar discusses ways that digitizing water systems can help utilities and governments enhance service and ensure safety throughout the entire water cycle.
In this Q&A, Michelle Maggiore, Cisco Business Development Manager for the Transportation Industry Solutions Group, describes how a new concept of mobility has emerged and details strategies to help governments address it.
In communities throughout the nation, smart city initiatives are shifting from long-term goals to present-day solutions. This paper details the areas of opportunity for governments plotting a course toward smart city solutions and offers examples of the potential in a range of areas important to the public sector.
What we need is a different approach to address the growing number of connected services, systems, devices, and their volumes of data. Overwhelming options for connecting new technologies make decision-making more difficult and present risks that often seem greater than the reward. This approach will require a strategic and unified consideration of the broad needs across organizational goals and the evolving nature of the underlying technology solutions.
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When the governor of New York issued stay-at-home orders on a Friday, the City of Buffalo needed its 311 call center up and running by Monday morning for citizens. Learn how Cisco helped the City in a 48-hour race to a work-from-home solution.