Digitizing Data: Government's Growing IT Management Challenge

 

March 25
11AM PT, 2PM ET
Duration: 1 hour

Event Description

The amount of information that state and local governments have to capture, store, manage and retrieve continues to grow exponentially. With staff resources stagnating at best, and declining in a growing number of jurisdictions, the reliance on technology to manage the data that government is mandated to gather is increasing. Because government requirements are becoming more complex and its services more comprehensive, states and localities need computer systems that can reliably and accurately digitize data found on paper, in electronic documents and submitted over the phone. In turn, government agencies need increasingly sophisticated IT management skills to ensure these systems work.

Join GOVERNING on Thursday, March 25 at 2pm ET for a one-hour Web event that spotlights how leading practitioners are facing and overcoming the challenges presented by the drive toward digital data.

This forum will:

  • Discuss the problems facing states and localities in terms of capturing, storing, retrieving and managing customer data and government records
  • Examine some of the IT management challenges of deploying document management and imaging systems that are reliable and accurate
  • Present best practices for correctly digitizing data and transitioning employees to work with new methods of capturing data

Speakers

Michelle LeachMichelle Leach
Project Manager
Paperless Workflow Project
California Department of Insurance


Steve TownsSteve Towns
Executive Editor
GOVERNING

 

Shail TrivediShail Trivedi
Senior Government and Utilities Business Consultant
Experian QAS

 

Tod NewcombeTod Newcombe (moderator)
Editor
GOVERNING 

 

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