Adopting open-source platforms to modernize citizen services

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

States like Tennessee are modernizing their legacy, siloed and on-premises systems to a more integrated and agile infrastructure to keep pace with the digital demands of customers. 

In an exclusive StateScoop interview, KPMG managing director, advisory Mark Calem, Red Hat chief technologist, North America public sector David Egts and Tennessee Department of Human Services chief information officer Wayne Glaus discuss how states can use open-source platforms to engage with constituents more fully and to improve the digital services they deliver.

Glaus also shares the innovative strategy he implemented to roll out his agency’s modernization initiative and how he brought his experience from the private sector to inform his decision.

Watch the full discussion and learn more about how open IT environments can help state agencies modernize quickly.

This video panel discussion was produced by StateScoop and underwritten by Red Hat.

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