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A Cloud Solution for Civil Service Recruiters

The public sector needs modern tools to reduce civil service friction and vastly improve the candidate experience.

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A Cancer Survivor Pays it Forward With Tech Innovation

Exploring how Artificial Intelligence and Customer Experience solutions, could be used to create enhanced experiences for connecting cancer patients with available clinical trials.

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HHS Modernization is a Marathon, Not A Sprint

Luckily for us in the HHS world, we know how to adjust our race strategy and find our stride when we need it the most.

Pay One Parking Ticket, Get One Free With Cloud

At Oracle, we are developing a number of cloud services to help agencies streamline workflows and engage digitally with customers to drive smarter, more connected government.

Big Cloud for Small Government

Oracle has been working with small and medium-sized cities to provide affordable solutions designed to spark the digital transformation of core business processes.

Oracle Streamlines the Paperwork of Permits

This new solution takes direct aim at the siloed, manual and paper-driven processes that surround residential and commercial construction, the heartbeat of any municipality seeking to serve its constituents and entice businesses and citizens to call their city home.

SaaS

Demystifying Platform-as-a-Service for Government

Five simple steps to help you spend more time and effort on innovation.

Five Ways to Triage Your Legacy Government IT Systems

Today, with cloud environments replacing the sprawling on-premises data centers, it’s rare that one can justify or afford the “big bang” type of system replacement, so an IT triage plan is more important than ever before.

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Road Trip: In Search of the Smartest City in the World

The ease and decreasing cost of technology solutions introduce some wondrous achievements, from self-driving cars to self-healing databases.