Unifying Government Communications with Video
Video technology is helping agencies bridge communication gaps caused by current budget constraints, but existing methods of acquisition have limited adoption. By rethinking IT procurement, agencies may be able to more efficiently provide video capabilities in ways that empower users and encourage collaboration.
Download this GBC Issue Brief to learn:
- Which federal agencies are already implementing video to increase productivity, improve citizen services, and enhance communication
- What challenges are preventing collaboration and how to overcome them
- How new business models, including "video-as-a-service," can give agency decision makers greater control over procurement
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