Digital Government Strategy: One Year Later

The Digital Government Strategy is the brainchild of federal CTO Todd Park and CIO Steven VanRoekel. The idea was simple: "deliver better services to customers at a lower cost." In essence, they want data and information to be available anywhere, on any device, at any time for increasingly mobile citizens and public sector professionals.
This was created one year, but how much has really changed in the past year?
These are the issues we tackled in the online chat: Digital Government Strategy: One year Later. Register to listen to the recored panel discussion as we:
  • Discuss the status of agency digital strategy and signature projects
  • Explore the degree to which agencies are optimizing for mobile-centric access
  • Consider whether open data is the new default and if government data is any more "social"
  • Compare and contrast to see if the US strategy is keeping up with our neighbors in the UK
  • Provide case studies of what's working so that you can improve your agency's digital strategy
Speakers include:
  • Darrell West, Vice President & Director of Governance Studies and Founding Director, Center of Technology Innovation, Brookings
  • Gwynne Kostin, Director Digital Services, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, GSA
  • Venkatapathi Puvvada, Group Vice President, Unisys Federal Systems
  • Tom Suder, President, MobileGov, and Industry Chair, ACT/IAC Advanced Mobility Working Group
  • Patrick Fiorenza, Senior Research Analyst, GovLoop
Although the live date has come and gone you can still register to listen to the recorded version.

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