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Government (Federal) Context: 'In Application Rationalization, the Number of Applications Is Irrelevant'

Published: 18 July 2014

ID: G00259292

Analyst(s): Bill Swanton

Summary

Government application rationalization efforts can only succeed if mission efficiency and effectiveness is improved by standardizing and streamlining business processes across similar agencies or commands. This is politically difficult to do and requires allying with senior leaders who want change.

Table Of Contents

In Order to Rationalize Applications, Find Leaders Who Want Business Process Change

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