The nation’s governors are looking to improve the use of information technology (IT) to help address challenges their states are facing, according to an issue brief released by the National Governors Association (NGA). Top IT Actions to Save States Money and Boost Efficiency, and the accompanying white paper focus on actions states can take to improve their use of technology with little or no investment in new information technology systems.
As governors look for ways to improve the use of technology, they can:
- Consolidate services and manage IT assets more efficiently;
- Use IT to better manage government revenue and resources;
- Update IT procurement procedures and requirements; and
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