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Securing Online Government Services: Keeping citizen data safe with advanced authentication – issue brief

As e-government initiatives proliferate, the instances of citizens interfacing with government agencies on their computer or mobile device is increasing and diversifying. Citizens must have trust in their governments’ ability to protect personal information. Advanced authentication helps state and local agencies prove to citizens that they value their information and are dedicated to protecting it.

Shared Services: Leveraging a more effective and efficient delivery model in state and local government

Two successful examples of shared services environments include the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (VCUHS) and the Arizona Department of Economic Security. Both of these entities identified areas that would benefit their organizations as a whole. Central IT from both organizations recognized their roles were changing and that their leadership was needed.

Building the Foundation for Modern Government

The government runs on identity management. Distinguishing the identity of users isn’t a nice to have – it’s a requirement. The e-government programs listed in this whitepaper are just a few examples of programs that need solid IDM as a foundation.

Collaborative Data Modeling for Government Agencies

Do you have challenges sorting and evaluating the quantity of data you receive from multiple sources?

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