September 13, 2012 By leveraging existing investments, government managers can simplify vendor and network management and cut down on startup costs. The result enables agencies to easily adapt to future technologies – a key component of the Digital Government Strategy.
September 12, 2012 Join us for a webcast as we discuss the implications of rising costs for federal agencies, and explore how changes in technology, policy and care delivery can begin to bend the cost curve and improve outcomes.
September 6, 2012 Register for the virtual event experience for Excellence in Government, where you can view the all of the high-impact, inspirational keynotes, deep-dive educational breakout sessions and best practice case study spotlights from our fall event.
August 29, 2012 How can agencies effectively adopt and support the strategy principles while still delivering customer and information-centric content across any platform or device? Join us for a webcast to learn how this can be achieved without overloading your web teams, overhauling your IT system or creating IT redundancy.
August 28, 2012 Join us for a webcast to better understand the current status of the implementation of FISMA, its extension to cloud services, and changes under consideration. Hear from experts who will discuss methods, tools and techniques that can be used to implement continuous monitoring for FISMA and FedRAMP.
August 27, 2012 As the technology needs of the federal government rapidly change, are you using the procurement vehicles you need to keep pace? The rapid adoption of new technologies means procurement needs are changing—and ITSS-4 is the latest iteration of specialized contract vehicles streamlining purchasing for a broad range of IT services
August 22, 2012 With the revolution in American health care still in its early stages, powerful mobile technology is altering its trajectory. The emergence of smartphones, tablets and other hand-held devices has added a new dimension to an undertaking that initially focused on shifting health care from paper records to electronic files. For better or worse, the equation now includes mobile devices, pocket apps and cloud computing. Yes, the revolution will be mobile.
August 21, 2012 The Obama Administration’s Digital Strategy was announced in May of this year. Its aggressive plan provides a 12-month roadmap for action to deliver information and services effectively and efficiently to the public. Learn where we are now in this information-centric and customer-centric approach to utilize secure technology to best serve the citizens.
July 17, 2012 Join Autonomy on July 17th to discover what benefits total situational awareness will provide your agency and constituents, how to extract real insights from disparate data types, and solutions to manage and access your data on the go from mobile devices.
June 28, 2012 In May, the Federal Chief Information Officer released a new digital government strategy, “Building a 21st Century Digital Government to Better Serve the American People,” that will allow the citizen “to access high-quality digital government information and services anywhere, anytime, on any device.”