Technology holds a vast potential to change the way government runs and transform public service. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cloud computing are disruptive forces for change that can ultimately improve government services and operations through lowered costs, increased efficiency, and better citizen services and engagement. In December 2017, Nextgov is taking a trip out West to Los Angeles, California, to talk with some of the most tech-savvy federal officials today and explore how they’re using emerging technologies to transform government.
- In the next installation of the Defense One's Global Business Briefing series, Marcus Weisgerber will sit with Anthony Moraco, SAIC CEO, for a conversation about his strategic outlook for the company, to include its planned acquisition of Engility, its push into the armored vehicles market and space-related work. Register
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- December 11, 2018
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- During this digital webcast, Route Fifty will highlight case studies from state and local government technology leaders who are using artificial intelligence.
- In this webcast, hear from federal technology leaders about the data-driven technologies they're employing in their own agencies, the advantages and obstacles of modernization, and the government's plan to elevate disruptive technologies to a higher plane of efficacy.
- Tune into this webcast to hear a discussion on the challenges and potential solutions for expanding the power of AI in an organization for enhanced location intelligence.