The United Kingdom’s March to a Vote on Brexit

March 1, 2016

Policy uncertainty fuels market volatility, and the United Kingdom is no exception. It will take four months to resolve the status of Britain within the European Union for the time being, future institutional arrangements are difficult to predict. So why is the referendum taking place? A lenient interpretation is that the crisis in the euro area, and the steep increase in immigration, made the public question the United Kingdom’s links with the continent more than in the past. A more skeptical interpretation is that a symbolic renegotiation was motivated by internal political competition in Britain.

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Indiana Department of Revenue

The Indiana Department of Revenue was created by an Act of the Indiana General Assembly on Feb. 18, 1947. The Department is headed by Commissioner Adam Krupp. The Department of Revenue is responsible for providing service to Indiana citizens regarding state tax matters. Additionally, the Department administers state tax laws, develops regulations and makes decisions about tax policy.

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All Systems Back Online: Maximizing Uptime, Performance, and Availability of U.S. Government Networks

Infographic | December 1, 2019

Complex systems of networks and servers power many of government’s core services to the public and in our nation’s defense. When these systems fail, critical services are disrupted and lives are impacted. To protect services and even save lives, government agencies must be vigilant about the reliability, availability and performance of their underlying digital infrastructure. But how?

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How Federal Governments Use Analytics to Digitally Transform Operations

Infographic | February 24, 2020

Federal governments face large-scale, complex challenges. Their agencies need comprehensive analytics solutions to improve operational e¬ciency, prevent fraud, and better engage their constituents.

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AI in the Government

Infographic | December 16, 2019

AI technologies have the ability to transform and influence the lives of many people. AI transform the way we work, interact with each other and travel between locations. Because of this, governments around the world are seeing AI as a strategic advantage. In this infographic Cognilytica explores various ways that governments are adopting AI from the strategy and investment level all the way down to practical implementations.

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Data, Business and Government

Infographic | January 19, 2020

The private sector has used large-scale data analytics to great effect, boosting economic growth. But there are valid concerns that warrant regulation. How do you strike a balance?

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Cybersecurity and IoT: What Government Should Know

Infographic | March 25, 2020

There are 20.4 billion “things” – devices, sensors, buildings, vehicles and more – projected to be connected to the internet by 2020. At the same time, government agencies are a growing target for cyberattacks. This begs the question: Is government prepared to protect the deluge of data that comes with the Internet of Things (IoT)? Download this infographic to learn more about the impact of IoT and best practices to prepare for it.

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Why governments trust Microsoft with their digital transformation

Infographic | March 9, 2020

Public sector initiatives are more often than not highly complex and carefully planned endeavors. And, to be fair, they have every reason to be. Millions of people depend on public services to make their lives better, and even a brief interruption can affect thousands of citizens.

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Indiana Department of Revenue

The Indiana Department of Revenue was created by an Act of the Indiana General Assembly on Feb. 18, 1947. The Department is headed by Commissioner Adam Krupp. The Department of Revenue is responsible for providing service to Indiana citizens regarding state tax matters. Additionally, the Department administers state tax laws, develops regulations and makes decisions about tax policy.

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