EMERGING TECHNOLOGY, CYBERSECURITY

Shift Left API Security Testing for Government Agencies

September 7, 2022

Shift left api whitepaper
Application programming interfaces, or APIs, enable government agencies to seamlessly share data across federal, state, and local levels. They are quite frankly the glue that allows agencies to deliver services to mission partners, civilians, and even disabled veterans. Similar to how retailers create personalized experiences by integrating location, inventory, and payment data, government agencies also create contextual experiences for constituents and personnel by leveraging APIs. The impact of APIs can be seen across all major sectors of government, including traffic and transportation management, utilities, healthcare, social services, agriculture, as well as law enforcement. With the seamless connection between datasets and agencies, government personnel are able to innovate faster and drive speed to mission. How exactly? APIs reduce the workload and redundant operations performed by developers by allowing them to access data stored elsewhere. This enables them to quickly execute on tasks and take on more important projects of greater impact.

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North Dakota Department of Transportation

The NDDOT is an innovative and progressive organization that has a great team of employees that work hard across the state to carry out the Department’s mission to safely move people and goods.

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Cloud Security: A Guide for Government Decision-makers

whitePaper | October 5, 2022

Cloud is helping to modernize government services and transform citizen interactions. But cloud security hasn’t kept up with the pace of cloud adoption. Ensuring a secure, compliant environment in the cloud is critical— particularly for public-sector organizations that collect, store and manage highly sensitive data on behalf of their citizens.

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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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The California DMV's Digital Leap Forward - Accelerating Government Digital Transformation through Automation

whitePaper | May 26, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed how government operates and delivers services to constituents. In the spring of 2020, government found itself with a remote workforce, closed field offices, mounting backlogs, outdated manual processes and increasingly strained legacy IT solutions. The impact of the pandemic revealed a divide between legacy and cutting-edge technology solutions, amplifying a critical need to accelerate digital transformation in government.

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UK Government Digital Transformation Beyond Covid-19

whitePaper | August 8, 2022

Over the last almost two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has catalysed the UK government’s digital transformation. Remarkable transition to remote working, rapid delivery of new digital services, and scaling of existing IT systems to meet increased demand have demonstrated the power of digital and paved the way for building a digitally led public sector. Additionally, predominant digital inefficiencies have become clearer, whilst new citizen and staff expectations have been set. But how do government departments plan to build on and sustain this recent impetus to digital transformation in the coming years?

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2019 Report to Congress of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission

whitePaper | November 14, 2019

Three significant anniversaries occurred in 2019. Seventy years ago, on October 1, 1949, Mao Zedong declared the founding of the People’s Republic of China and, as Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), was anointed the country’s paramount leader. Forty years ago, on January 1, 1979, the United States and the People’s Republic of China established diplomatic relations. And thirty years ago, on June 4, 1989, the leadership of the CCP, having declared martial law, sent troops to violently extinguish a peaceful protest, resulting in the Tiananmen Square massacre.

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THE STATE OF THE DUTCH CLOUD MARKET, 2022

whitePaper | April 15, 2022

This IDC White Paper looks at the evolution of the Dutch cloud market. It assesses organisations' progress on their digital transformation (DX) journeys and where they see themselves in terms of cloud and DevOps maturity. The paper is based on survey data and research and analysis conducted by IDC on behalf of Capgemini.

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North Dakota Department of Transportation

The NDDOT is an innovative and progressive organization that has a great team of employees that work hard across the state to carry out the Department’s mission to safely move people and goods.

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