Government Chief Information Officers (CIOs) must ensure their IT strategy and capabilities are agile and scalable enough to keep pace with changing political priorities and citizen demands. In this blog post, we will identify the top challenges facing state and local governments in the year ahead and key accelerators to addressing those challenges. Government CIOs and public sector IT leaders can use this research to articulate how digital investments can support leadership priorities.
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