TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 19, 2016 — Casey Coleman, vice president of Unisys‘ (NYSE: UIS) federal civilian business group, has noted that the White House’s digital services delivery framework has driven agencies to prioritize digital government efforts, Executive Gov reported Wednesday.
Agencies had time to be aware of the administration’s digital government policies and are now ready to implement matured digital technologies with some federal, state and local governments already benefiting from the program, she wrote in a guest piece published July 12 on the Federal Times.
“The ability of IT staff to quickly develop and deploy new solutions will enable agencies to keep pace with accelerating technological change… And the ability to collect and analyze the enormous amounts of data will generate insights for improving the mission capabilities of civilian employees and government systems, ” Coleman said in the piece.
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