GovLoop’s Talking Transformation: Innovation
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The U.S is on the cutting edge of technology. Find out what’s on the horizon from government and industry professionals.
Rigina Pietrowski – Web Communications Specialist, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Michael Rucki – Division Manager, Communications & Web Services, Communications, Outreach & Legislative Affairs, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Derek Loftis, Ph.D. – Assistant Research Scientist, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Dave Shuman – Industry Leader, Retail, Manufacturing & IoT, Cloudera
Doug VanDyke – Director of Federal Civilian and Nonprofits, Amazon Web Services
Gary Hix – Director of Engineering, Hitachi Vantara Federal
Government is rarely accused of having too much imagination. More often than not, it is spoken of in terms of red tape, stifled creativity, lack of resources, and layers of bureaucracy and old-fashioned legacy thinking. But these perceptions are outdated and wrong.
But in a year that has been turbulent in politics and the changes facing government, the public sector has not wavered when it comes to forging ahead with innovation that better serves the public.
In this guide, you’ll find examples of programs, leaders, technologies and more that are truly changing the face of government. In an era of increasing cyberthreats, workforce changes and uncertainty, these innovations are better serving citizens, creating efficiencies, doing more with less and helping communities.