New U.S. Digital Government Innovation and Transformation Strategies Advisory Service Arms Government IT and Business Executives with Insight Needed to Succeed in Disruptive IT Age — IDC Government Insights launches service to shine spotlight on technologies and market forces impacting U.S. government agencies
FRAMINGHAM, Mass.—IDC Government Insights today launched the United States Digital Government Innovation and Transformation (DGIT) Strategies advisory service, designed to inform and support Federal government executives by identifying technology trends and disruptive technologies, innovative new programs based upon these technologies, and the successful deployment of technology in the context of policy and organizational challenges. The emphasis of the program is on delivering the knowledge, tools, and techniques that can be used to act on the advice provided — self-assessment tools, checklists, models, and other practical applications.
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The new DGIT service covers the disruptive technologies, market forces, and the transformative change management efforts that are critical to the evolution and success of national government agencies and programs. To better understand the technologies and market forces that affect technology identification and adoption by U.S. government agencies, relevant data collected through proprietary research projects and ongoing communications with vendor and user experts is complemented by secondary research from conferences, publications, and third-party news sources. Key topics to be explored throughout the year include:
- Building a digital foundation: Identification of emerging digital technologies, strategies to improve adoption and derive value from these new technologies, policies necessary for security, and organizational modernization efforts.
- Looking beyond the risks: The unique aspects and challenges in the areas of digital risk, public safety, cybersecurity, and privacy for government.
- Dynamic engagement: How government agencies increase citizen, partner, and agency engagement through digital and other channels.
- Adaptive workplace: The nature of the changing government workplace, IT and tangential workforce management, and outsourcing of IT products and services.
- Going mobile: Adoption and implementation of mobility technologies and appropriate enterprise mobile policies.
According to Alan Webber, Research Director, IDC Government Insights, “The new DGIT service will help political leaders, government line-of-business executives, and IT executives become more efficient, more effective, and reduce risk by being informed about today’s challenges and preparing for tomorrow. Our planned roster of research will provide insights into both public and private sector best practices and offer relevant and timely information about vendor technology offerings to empower today’s government IT executives to address key challenges and successfully navigate the evolving IT landscape.”
For additional information about this new service or to arrange a one-on-one briefing with Alan Webber, please contact Sarah Murray at 781-378-2674 or email@example.com. Reports are available to qualified members of the media. For information on purchasing reports, contact firstname.lastname@example.org; reporters should email email@example.com.
About IDC Government Insights
IDC Government Insights assists government policy, program, and IT leaders, as well as the suppliers who serve them, in making more effective technology decisions by providing accurate, timely, and insightful fact-based research and consulting services. Staffed by senior analysts with decades of government and IT industry experience, our global research analyzes and advises on business and technology issues facing the Federal/Central and local/provincial Governments. International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology market. IDC is a subsidiary of IDG, the world’s leading technology, media, research, and events company. For more information, please visit www.idc-gi.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 703-485-8300. Visit the IDC Government Insights Community at http://idc-community.com/government.