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Governing and Government Technology are proud to release its new special report on health and human services. Pushed by new policies and powered by modern technology, HHS is in the midst of dramatic change.

In this new report, "HHS in Transition" maps the forces that are driving this transformation, both to build understanding of the current environment and to push toward a markedly different — and more effective — approach to serving the people and communities that rely on these services.

Read the full report,

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The Center for Digital Education has just published a new ebook pertaining to K-12 & Higher Education IT Trends & Spending. This eBook provides an overview of the K-12 and higher education markets for 2016, looks at estimated IT spending and identifies potential market needs and opportunities.

In all, education IT spending is expected to reach $22.5 billion in 2016.

To read the full ebook,

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The Center for Digital Government was invited by the Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program to present to an international group of government leaders about the use of innovative technology in government. Expert speakers Executive Director, Todd Sander, Director of Market Intelligence, Joseph Morris, Director of Research, Rhiannon Gainor, Miranda Rivers, and Hilary Berwick lead the discussion about the role technology plays in governement.
The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government.
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Tomorrow, August 17th at 11am PST join the Center for Digital Government for an Executive Teleconference with Keith Werner, CIO, State of North Carolina! Learn about the state's priorities when it comes to tech in state and local government!

Register:

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What Is a Chief Information Officer?

As the power of technology has grown in recent years, the relevance of the chief information officer (CIO) role has expanded in kind. For CIOs, emphasis is usually placed on the customers and their needs rather than the technology itself.

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What Is a Chief Technology Officer?

While a general definition is not useful, the role can be better understood through an ontological process. Unlike the chief information officer (CIO), the role of chief technology officer (CTO) does not have a standard definition. Because this role varies so much from one organization to the next, saying the CTO is the person in charge of technology is as specific as one can be.

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If you've overlooked the local government market in the past - now is the time to take another look. See why City & County government market is hot. (add bit.ly) #sledbriefing Also always add a photo.

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Governing Institute Announces Women in Government Leadership Class of 2017!

Twenty-five new participants selected for the yearlong program designed to promote and support elected women leaders from across the nation.

“The issue of parity is important for women, for families, for our economy and for the country. We are woefully behind other nations in terms of gender equality,” said Cathilea Robinett, president of Governing and e.Republic.

Read full press release: http://bit.ly/2at3De9
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Teri Takai offers companies tips on talking to government.

Takai recently spoke to the Center for Digital Government about how private sector businesses can improve their public sector sales. Read on to get Teri’s suggestions for how to improve your chances of landing a meeting with a CIO, how to prepare to meet with a CIO, and perhaps most importantly, what not to do.

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Beth Bronder Joins Governing as Executive Publisher and Senior Advisor!

Governing is pleased to announce Beth Bronder as executive publisher and senior advisor to e.Republic, the platform’s parent company.

“We are excited to welcome Beth back,” said Governing President Cathilea Robinett. “Not only does Beth have a wealth of experience in Washington, D.C., she also knows firsthand the power of the Governing media brand.”

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