Guide to Empowering a Mobile Workforce for State & Local Government

April 16, 2020

For government employees, work isn’t a place anymore. It’s something they do, wherever and whenever the need arises. To reach decisions, build relationships, manage finances, and drive strategic value—even with today’s tight resources—mobile workers need the freedom to move beyond agency walls without leaving behind the resources they need to be effective. They need to be able to do anything, anywhere, and on whatever device is most convenient—including their own personal devices—from laptops to the latest tablets and smartphones.

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City of Greenville

The City of Greenville, South Carolina, is a vibrant and dynamic city, on the forefront of economic growth and innovation, urban development, arts and entertainment. Our employees play a vital role not only in making what our City is today, but also in shaping the future of Greenville. The City employs over 850 individuals in a diverse array of services.

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Government Special Report

whitePaper | December 27, 2021

Government Financial & Operational Management Special Report Identifying the challenges that face your governmental entity is oftentimes the first step in helping position your government for future success. Are you able to balance the needs of your community while efficiently managing and reporting on the services you’re charged with providing?

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The Future of Money and Payments

whitePaper | September 16, 2022

On March 9, 2022, President Biden signed an Executive Order on Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets (Executive Order).1 Section 4(b) of the Executive Order directs the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the Director of National Intelligence, and the heads of other relevant agencies, to submit to the President a report on the future of money and payment systems. This report reviews the current U.S. system of money and payments, including developments in instant payments and stablecoins. It also describes design choices for a potential U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) in the context of public policy considerations related to building the future of money and payments, supporting U.S. global financial leadership, advancing financial inclusion and equity, and minimizing risks.

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Next-Generation Systems for Intelligent, Efficient, Citizen-Centric Government

whitePaper | March 15, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic increased pressure on senior civil servants to do things differently. Citizen trust in government grew to an all-time high in 2020 in many countries, according to the OECD1 . This trust in public institutions empowered governments across Europe and the Middle East to respond rapidly and plan bold investments for an inclusive recovery centered on innovation, digital and climate transitions, and resilience2 . With bold plans came elevated expectations to procure goods and services more efficiently and effectively, scale investments in digital infrastructure, and deliver seamless services to citizens and businesses, while making sure that costs do not spiral out of control, in the medium-to-long term

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Accelerating Government Innovation and Modernization With Cloud

whitePaper | April 6, 2020

Government agencies are at an important crossroads. For years they’ve faced mandates to modernize IT, but many have made limited progress. Now, with increasing citizen demands and other mission requirements, agencies are under pressure to adopt newer technologies. Faced with aging systems that are not up to the task — along with the need to reduce security risks and improve efficiencies — cloud is emerging as the primary vehicle for transforming government agencies.

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How System Integrators address evolving Government ICT

whitePaper | December 1, 2022

The business of providing information and communications technology (ICT) integrations to governments has changed significantly over the past five years. Before the disruptions caused by the pandemic, government ICT requirements were well-understood. Most government departments were in the process of either starting or planning for a cloud-centric digital transformation that would enable more efficient operations and a more effective delivery of services to citizens. However, the onset of the pandemic derailed most of those plans when the key priority shifted to finding ways for government employees to continue to do their jobs remotely

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Reforming US Trade Policy for Shared Prosperity and the Planet

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

Trade was not such a controversial topic not so long ago. For most of the post-war era trade worked well for the US and for many other countries. A bipartisan consensus supported continuing trade liberalization as long as it was accompanied by full employment. However trade always had winners and losers as economies adjust to different costs of production among trading partners and over the last few decades the number of US workers losing from trade mounted and the losses spread across hard hit communities. For these and other reasons, trade has become so controversial that it is now a key pivot point in politics and elections in the US.

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City of Greenville

The City of Greenville, South Carolina, is a vibrant and dynamic city, on the forefront of economic growth and innovation, urban development, arts and entertainment. Our employees play a vital role not only in making what our City is today, but also in shaping the future of Greenville. The City employs over 850 individuals in a diverse array of services.

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