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Mobile Enabled Government: The Realization of Efficiency
September 10, 2015
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
(1:00 pm Check-In)
NYC Department of Law
100 Church St., Room 2-160AB, New York, NY 12205
Also available via Webinar
Digital & Mobile solutions can help Governments enable both citizens and workers realize true self service and employee enablement. Citizens are expecting a transparent, citizen-centric government enabled by technology. Workers are expecting technologies to support how they work in the contexts that help them perform their jobs.
Empowering the citizen allows end-users to engage all over the City, allowing citizens to actively participate in the governance of the city by, for example, reporting maintenance problems, parking violations, and other issues that impact their quality of life. Government workers can be enabled more effectively with technology to aid and support the performance of their jobs, allowing them to focus on engaging with the citizenry in a more effective and efficient way. Learn about innovative applications that are in use in other industries as well as prototypes of applications under development for government today.
Learn how digital and mobile solutions help government enable both citizens and workers realize true self service and employee enablement. How can mobile technologies enable government workers to more effectively perform their jobs and better engage citizenry? How do you compute ROI for these types of applications? How do you get started in moving towards mobile enabled government?
Our presenters will share their stories of governments' efforts to deliver effective and more efficient services using state of the art mobile enabled applications.
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