Government digital transformation involves the ongoing application of the latest technology to improve a government’s performance and help meet the expectations of today’s citizens.
Resources for Local Government Officials
Given the popularity of social media amongst the general public, it’s important for governments at both the federal and state level to develop a social media presence to better connect with citizens.
At our last Digital Transformation Summit, we had the opportunity to speak with three city clerks who shared some of the important ways their digitization efforts have served constituents.
Many recent trends in local government technology have been driven by evolving citizen behavior as people now expect services to be quick, convenient and easily accessible from their computer or mobile device.
Our ‘Local Government Best Practices’ series profiles innovators in the public sector who are bringing digital transformation to their municipality.
Attendees of the 89th U.S. Conference of Mayors voted unanimously to identify six communities as model cities for their effective STR compliance programs.
The myriad elements that go into business licensing are often time and labor-intensive for municipalities, particularly if they’re being handled through paper or rudimentary digital processes.
As the digital government transformation becomes more widespread, many local governments and government agencies are comparing the pros and cons of paper vs. electronic record keeping and asking themselves which is safer.
Although it’s arguably one of the most important parts of the democratic process, it can be hard to pin down what exactly constitutes community engagement.