Google’s director of public sector digital strategy offers insight and advice into how the tech community is stepping up to help the public sector deliver services and information through the pandemic.
What would have happened if a public health crisis like COVID-19 had occurred just ten or 20 years ago?
One thing’s for certain: Maintaining a sense of normalcy in our day-to-day operations would have been much more challenging than it is today. Thanks to modern day IT solutions, public sector organizations have had the tools they need to work collaboratively and deliver information and services efficiently to constituents during these unprecedented times.
But how can government agencies fully take advantage of all of the technologies available to them as they continue to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances brought on by the pandemic? That’s exactly the question Constance Sayers, President of Government Executive Media Group and Todd Schroeder, Director of Public Sector Digital Strategy at Google sat down to discuss on this episode of Industry Insights, a podcast by industry leaders for government leaders, brought to you by Carahsoft and Google Cloud.
Check out what they have to say by listening to the full episode below. Be sure to download and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud or Google Play to take Industry Insights with you on your favorite device.
To learn more about how Google Cloud technology is arming agencies with technology and solutions help their constituents in this time of need, download our whitepaper: Mission Critical: 3 Ways Tech Helps Agencies Respond to COVID-19.
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