Magazine article Government Finance Review

Using Technology to Improve Government Operations

Magazine article Government Finance Review

Using Technology to Improve Government Operations

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Jurisdictions are finding that many strategies traditionally used to balance budgets are no longer viable. One good way to put budgets on track is to reduce the cost of providing services by finding applications for new and existing technologies, and restructuring to take advantage of them. This issue of Government Finance Review provides information and examples on how technology can be part of the solution.

In "Running the Government Race: Reaching the Finish Line with Technology," Phil Bertolini explains how government IT can be a strategic partner that brings value to government in ways that allow jurisdictions to meet and exceed citizen expectations, even while reducing costs.

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In "Cloud Computing: Pueblo County Shared Services Partnership," Dan Mauro explains how and why Pueblo County started sharing its internally developed property assessment management system with neighboring jurisdictions. …

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