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Mobility Enabled Government Transformation

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Mobility has the potential for more than paying for itself by increasing the amount and quality of work employees can do in the field. It can reduce government task process time from weeks to days or hours, shortening response time to customers, cutting travel time, decreasing equipment expenses, and eliminating occupancy costs. So what’s holding back some government CIOs from going full throttle? Are they not ready? Are there budget constraints? Is BYOD still an issue for Government agencies? And what about other early adopters? Have they really realized the potential after jumping on the mobility bandwagon? What is the current state of mobility in government, and what hurdles do we still need to get over?

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Gail M. Roper

Gail M. Roper, Chief Information Officer and Community Relations Officer, CIO Executive Council, City of Raleigh, NC

Recognized as a high-level innovator known for aligning technology with business goals and community-based advantages Roper has literally built her entire career around her belief that technology can be a tool for community enablement. She... More   View all posts

Michael Armstrong

Michael Armstrong, Chief Information Officer, City of Corpus Christi, Texas

Michael Armstrong is the Chief Information Officer, Municipal Information Systems for Corpus Christi, Texas. He led the PTI CIO Council for four years and has served on the PTI Board of Directors for five years. He has more than 25 years i... More   View all posts

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