March 27
Duration: 1 hour

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Even the best information technology (IT) projects find it difficult to quantify a return on investment that will satisfy financial, procurement, legislative and audit officials. All states struggled to demonstrate measurable results for IT investment in the 2012 Digital State Survey.

In response, the Digital States Performance Institute invites you to participate in a special webinar that will share the results of new research and discuss best practices from government and industry that will help you prove the wisdom of IT investment and successfully get your projects funded.

We will be discussing:

  • Highlights of groundbreaking e-Government project justification research conducted by the University of Utah.

  • How leading states and Fortune 500 companies successfully quantify the benefits of IT investment.

  • The results of the first enterprise-wide analysis of e-Government's financial impacts on both government and businesses.

  • Offline vs. online transaction costs and how this has driven e-Government decision-making in Utah.

Todd Sander
Executive Director
Center for Digital Government

Jenny Robinson
Center for Public Policy & Administration
University of Utah

Dave Fletcher
Chief Technology Officer
Utah Department of Technology Services

Narayanan “KK” Krishnakumar
Chief Technical Architect

For questions or to register, contact:

Lee Vang
Center for Digital Government
800-940-6039 ext. 1407


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