Seven Trends That Will Transform Local Government Through Technology

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Seven Trends That Will Transform Local Government Through Technology

  1. 1. The Seven Trends that will Transform Local Government Through Technology Dr. Alan R. Shark Executive Director Public Technology Institute & Associate Professor of Practice Rutgers University School of Public Affairs and Administration
  2. 2. Who is PTI?Nonprofit 501 ( C ) 3 organization40 years of service to local governmentFeatures best practices, research, awards & recognitionFormed by NLC, ICMA, and NACoIs financially independent – dues and grants supportedIs people-driven on technology mattersHas the best & brightest technology leader network
  3. 3. PTI’s Core Groups Energy
  4. 4. Is the Paperless Office an Illusion?
  5. 5. Or is data simply digital?
  6. 6. The “IN”s and “Outs” forThe “IN”s and “Outs” for 2013 2013
  7. 7. Top City & County CIO Focus 20131.Big data, (smart and intelligent cities)2.Social media applications & communication3.Consumerization of technology4.Mobility (workforce)5.Cyber & network security (strategies andawareness-internal & external)6.Cloud-based solutions7.Promoting innovation
  8. 8. The Seven Trends that will Transform Government Through Technology1. Rethinking the use and deployment of technology.2. Technology Leadership –Who Decides?3. Cloud-Based Solutions4. Broadband: The Lifeblood of E-Government and M- Government.5. Social and Civic Media.6. Shared Services: Consolidate, Coordinate, Cooperate.7. Protecting the Enterprise: Power, Grid, Network and Cyber Security.
  9. 9. The Seven Trends that will Transform Government Through Technology1. Rethinking the use and deployment of technology.2. Technology Leadership –Who Decides?3. Cloud-Based Solutions4. Broadband: The Lifeblood of E-Government and M- Government.5. Social and Civic Media.6. Shared Services: Consolidate, Coordinate, Cooperate.7. Protecting the Enterprise: Power, Grid, Network and Cyber Security.
  10. 10. Rethinking Technology Projecting flat to decrease in spending Less discretionary funds, staff & resources Need to do much more with much less Consumerization of IT Rethinking Infrastructure Performance management & measurementtools now critical The Human Element Saving Green and going Green
  11. 11. Technology Leadership: Who Decides?Emerging CIO roleCIO RelevanceLeading InnovationIT governance revisited (centralizationvs. decentralization
  12. 12. Cloud-Based SolutionsMore than simple DefinitionsVirtualizationRisk ManagementCloud ComputingHybrid SolutionsRenting vs. OwningStorm Clouds
  13. 13. By the Numbers…….1. Amazon2. Croupon3. Ebay4. Facebook5. Google6. Netflix7. SalesForce
  14. 14. By the Numbers……. Company Employees1. Amazon 89,0002. Croupon 10,0003. Ebay 30,0004. Facebook 3,0005. Google 60,0006. Netflix 2,000 Total: 204,0007. SalesForce 10,000
  15. 15. Siobhan Duncan
  16. 16. Rethinking How we Manage Time andProjects and Programs
  17. 17. What is the Difference between thefollowing and why does it matter? Task? Project? Program? Portfolio?
  18. 18. The Four Basic ElementsResources (people, equipment,material)Time (Task duration,dependencies, critical path)Money (cost, contingencies,financing)Scope (project size, goals,requirements)
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  20. 20. Complimentary Subscription…..Go towww.pti.org
  21. 21. Public Technology Institute1420 Prince StreetAlexandria, VA 22314www.pti.orgashark@pti.org

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