Finding a smart path to digital transformation in the public sector

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Finding a smart path to digital transformation in the public sector
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Finding a smart path to digital transformation in the public sector

The challenges facing public sector IT are not existing systems; rather, it is the legacy approaches to how IT initiatives are planned, implemented and managed

Sometimes it feels as though efficiency and modernisation are at opposite ends of a spectrum of public sector IT strategies. At one extreme, those that are completely focused on efficiency may be i...

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