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FedRAMP Takes Concrete Step to Speed Up the Cloud Authorization Process

fedtechmagazine.com - The General Services Administration’s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is taking steps to smooth the authorization process for cloud service providers (CSPs) seeking to w...

Farewell to Obama, our first digital president

recode.net - Beginning eight years ago, the Obama administration embraced a fresh approach to leveraging technology platforms and improved the experience of interacting with government. While leading the White ...

Informatica Named Member in New Amazon Web Services Public Sector Partner Program

Shared by Renato Semedo

informatica.com - Booth #2619, AWS re:Invent 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada, Dec. 1, 2016 – In an expansion of its long standing relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Informatica®, the world’s No. 1 provider of data...

Could crowdsourcing expertise be the future of government?

Shared by David A Smith

theguardian.com - We lack public institutions - a participatory bureaucracy and open parliamentary processes - that know how to tap into the collective intelligence of our communities, and draw power from the partic...

How about defining Open Government principles?

opengovpartnership.org - Open government has many definitions. By articulating transparency, social participation, accountability and technological innovation, this concept and its practice has been increasingly prominent ...

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The Smart City or Citizen: Which comes first?

metaprop.org - By 2030, 60% of the world’s population will be living in megacities. With these massive population shifts come questions and concerns about the future of our built environments. Many have pointed t...

4 common entry points to a smart city - TechRepublic

techrepublic.com - If a city is going to invest in smart technology, then it makes sense to start out doing it in the smartest way possible. While it can be different for each city, there are several common areas mun...

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