When the press writes about failures in the child welfare system, the tragedies are unique, but the pattern is often all too familiar. A family has been involved with the agency multiple times, signs of risk were missed, and the result is signiﬁcant harm or even death. It’s hard to read about a set of [...]
While new technology can help us with everything from tracking work to enhancing our safety models, by itself it’s not enough.
Despite years of investments worth billions of dollars, government has not seen the kind of radical results it expected from technology. A key reason why: States and localities first need to fix their capacity problem.
There are several key opportunities to include in your complete plan for CCWIS implementation to drive improved outcomes and increase capacity.
Before you automate, consider these simple steps to speed up how your work gets done.
Break free of backlog by focusing on one-day timeliness.
There are many, but tracking software — which various government agencies make use of every day – is one of the biggest.
Technology didn't create the flawed processes and overly complicated systems that make government inefficient. So why do so many people think tech upgrades will fix those problems?
Government is going Lean these days, and it should go without technology, at least for now.
Bruce Lee's martial arts philosophy can help us better cope with growing demands on today's public CIOs.