Digital Government

Digital Government

 
Digital Government
Digital Government
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Virtual Event

Government agencies are undertaking bold strategies to digitize paper-based processes and move to prominent digital infrastructures. Digitization enables diverse and accelerated public access to information as well as discovery processes. By 2026, for example, the National Archives and Records Administration aims to digitize 500 million pages of government records. But even more pressing is the call for agencies to transition to a fully electronic recordkeeping environment by the end of 2022. Leaders discuss how they are communicating these strategies and the tools that are enabling these pivots. 

Date
November 10, 2022
Time
11:00 am
Where
Virtual event
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Infrastructure: Digital Government

Agenda

 
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Welcome Remarks

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Fireside Chat: Digital Services for Better Citizen Engagement 

The White House and federal agencies have set improved government services as a priority and improving digital interactions with the public is a rising avenue of reaching that goal. We discuss how digital transformation is helping agencies engage with the public and what best practices and strategies are key.

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Panel: Keeping Digital Agile and User-Centered 

Iterative development methods are emerging as revolutionary ways of creating solutions and change at speed. We speak with federal leaders about how they’re integrating Agile practices, DevSecOps and human-centered design are improving the future of digital services.  

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Panel: Digitizing Paper-Based Processes

The Office of Management and Budget established M-19-21 in 2019 to help agencies transition fully to electronic record-keeping for improved storage, accuracy and efficiency. The deadline to meet its requirements is approaching at the end of 2022, so how are agencies setting the infrastructure in place to meet the memorandum’s requirements and realize the benefits of digitization? 

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Closing Remarks