From: OpenText
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Digitize to Survive
Date: Wed Aug 27 15:15:06 MDT 2014
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Digitize to Survive
“A digital population cannot be well served by an analog government.” e-Government or Out of Government, 2014

Government agencies generate massive amounts of information–both structured and unstructured. CIOs and business leaders can expect their data to grow by more than 50% over the next year.

The time is now for public sector renewal through digital government. Follow the monthly OpenText series of Innovator Stories and Interviews to see how information technology is modernizing the public sector at every level of government.

In agencies around the world, the archaic paper-based approaches of the past are being replaced by services that are safely delivered across mobile devices, the internet, and in the cloud. This is e-Government, and it has the potential to radically transform and improve governance.

Feature Innovator Story: Clerk of the Circuit Court, Pinellas County

“We’ve been more efficient because we’re doing the same amount of work, even a greater amount of work, with fewer people. And we’re effective because people are getting their files quicker and getting their orders in a timelier manner.” Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller, Pinellas County, Florida.

Download a copy of our latest book, eGovernment or Out of Government to read more about how government organizations are embracing eGovernment

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