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Adopting open-source platforms to modernize citizen services

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IT leaders from the State of Tennessee, Red Hat and KPMG discuss modernization initiatives to create agile environments to better serve citizen services.

Survey shows strong support for open-enterprise IT strategies with state and local agencies

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A StateScoop survey of 197 agency program and IT leaders shows that agencies are prioritizing cloud-enabled apps and managed services to modernize mission delivery.

How State of Washington is modernizing for a cloud-native world

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When the Washington State’s Health Benefits Exchange earmarked their API management tool as legacy, its leaders turned to an open source, cloud-based tool to modernize.

How open technology and process help the public sector innovate

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Adopting cloud-native development tools can help agencies speed up application development and improve security.

How healthcare agencies can tackle fraud, waste and abuse with RPA

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A new report discusses advances in automation to help public healthcare organizations tackle a backlog of claims from the pandemic, and protect from fraud and waste.

New York City's social services agency is its own software developer

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A new framework has sped up the development of software the agency uses to support people experiencing homelessness.

New California tech lobby focuses on business with state and local government

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Led by former California state official and CompTIA executive Jennifer Saha, TechCA will seek to help industry “be a better partner to government.”

North Carolina seeks to fail ‘quickly and inexpensively,’ official says

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Finding the correct solutions means not being afraid of momentary failure, state chief solutions officer Glenn Poplawski says in a video interview.

North Carolina IT agency embraces failures to change culture

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Leaders of the North Carolina Department of Information Technology changed their internal culture by embracing their failed projects, the state's "chief solutions officer" said at the Red Hat Government Symposium.

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