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7 Perspectives on Transforming Government

Modernization is more than just plugging in a new computer. It's about changing the way that government workers operate to be more effective, secure, transparent and robust. Explore the groundwork on barriers for modernization, how the workforce is preparing, how crisis can enable transformation and the new tech that is enabling change. You'll also hear from federal, state, local government and industry leaders about how they are solving modernization challenges by breaking down the red tape and norms that prevent true transformation.
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