Gartner Research

Agenda Overview for Government, 2015

Published: 08 January 2015

ID: G00270703

Analyst(s): Rick Howard

Summary

Gartner government research for 2015 will provide insight on IT practices, issues and solutions for government CIOs, IT leaders and agency executives who are leading technology-enabled change in the digital government enterprise.

Table Of Contents

Analysis

  • Government CIOs Can Become "Design for Change Agents"
  • Gartner's Government Agenda: A New Set of IT Capabilities

Key Issues

  • Service delivery innovation: How will government use technology to support innovative service models that produce better results for society?
  • Open government: How will governments create and sustain a digital ecosystem that citizens can trust and want to participate in?
  • New digital business models: What data-driven business models will emerge to meet the growing needs for adequate and sustainable public services?
  • Joint governance: How will governance coordinate IT and service decisions across independent public and private organizations?
  • Scalable interoperability: How much interoperability is needed to support connected government services and at what cost?
  • Workforce innovation: How will the IT organization and role transform to support government workforce innovation?
  • Adaptive sourcing: How will government IT organizations expand their sourcing strategies to take advantage of competitive cloud-based and consumer-grade solutions?
  • Sustainable financing: How will government IT organizations obtain and manage the financial resources required to connect government and engage citizens?

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