State of Government Legal Survey
For data, information, and records management functions at government agencies, these are some challenging times. Perhaps never before have government entities faced such a high demand for information resources, while at the same time encountering governance, compliance, electronic discovery (eDiscovery), and security requirements that are frequently changing.
Data and records management has quickly become one of the most vital functions
within agencies at all levels of government. Government is involved in seemingly
every aspect of cititzens’ lives, and the data and records they gather help them
support their missions to serve the public in countless ways. Without the smooth
flow of data, many processes would simply come to a standstill.
As a growing number of smart city initiatives emerge, local agencies will be taking in
and managing ever-growing amounts of data. These are complex efforts that
leverage technologies such as the cloud, edge computing, data analytics, artificial
intelligence, IoT, collaboration tools, mobile devices and apps, and others—each
churning out enormous volumes of data.
Developing a strategy to manage data while at the same time addressing needs such
as governance, compliance, eDiscovery, cyber security, and increasing requests for
information by the public will be a daunting challenge. But it’s one that agencies
must meet in order to achieve their missions in the digital age.
Download this whitepaper to learn what areas of business other agencies are focusing on and learn more about how government agencies both federal and state and local are leveraging technology to streamline their processes and workflows, making small teams much more efficient in the process.
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