This year’s government-specific report spotlights eight trends that are shaping strategic and operational transformations and redefining information technology’s (IT) role within the enterprise. This year’s theme, “The symphonic enterprise,” is an idea that describes strategy, technology and operations working together, in harmony, across domains and boundaries.
“The goal of the 2018 Government Tech Trends is to provide government leaders, across the enterprise, with a better understanding of these technological forces so they can develop strategies and collaborate to build a symphonic enterprise of their own,” said Sanjay Shah, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and public sector technology leader.
“Instead of implementing ‘one-off IT initiatives’ in a single domain, government organizations can be more forward-looking and develop an approach by which disruptive technologies can work in harmony in a holistic way across an agency, department or multiple departments,” said Scott Buchholz, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and federal chief technology officer.
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