Thursday, July 12, 2012

The GMIS International Educational Conference provides opportunities to network with peers, learn from the experience of others, hear from experts, and discuss needs with a host of attending vendors. 

Don't miss out on GMIS Conferene, August 19-22, in Chicago! Click on the links below to view photo's from the past couple events that we have attended!


Next Generation 911 Is Finally Poised To Take Off... 

More than a decade ago, the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) recognized the need for changes to the nation's 911 systems.


Microsoft Launches Office 365 Edition for US Government Customers

Microsoft offers a cloud service reserved for government agencies

IDG News Service (Miami Bureau) - Microsoft has released a government-specific edition of its Office 365 cloud-based email and collaboration suite that offers U.S. public-sector customers a cordoned-off data center infrastructure just for them.

Today, the President issued a directive entitled "Building a 21st Century Digital Government". It launches a comprehensive Digital Government Strategy -pdf and html5 versions aimed at delivering better digital services to the American people. The strategy complements several initiatives, including Executive Order 13571, Streamlining Service Delivery and Improving Customer Service, and Executive Order 13576, Delivering an Efficient, Effective, and Accountable Government. The Federal Government must be able to deliver information and services to the American people anytime, anywhere and on any platform or device. For far too long, agencies delivered their information in programmatic silos, missing opportunities for coordination or collaborative partnerships. The Digital Government Strategy was developed to provide agencies with guidance on improving digital services and to enable the government to thrive within the fast-paced, ever-changing world of technology. As part of the strategy's 12-month roadmap, agencies will mobilize two of their priority customer-facing services and begin to make open data the default for government IT systems. Learn more about the strategy in Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel's White House blog post.


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