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With emerging technologies like IoT placing new pressures on government networks, it is critical for the public sector to have reliable connectivity. To better understand agencies’ network needs and priorities, the Center for Digital Government surveyed more than 300 state and local government officials and interviewed 12 additional IT decision-makers.

Spotlight

With emerging technologies like IoT placing new pressures on government networks, it is critical for the public sector to have reliable connectivity. To better understand agencies’ network needs and priorities, the Center for Digital Government surveyed more than 300 state and local government officials and interviewed 12 additional IT decision-makers.

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