In May 2012, President Obama issued the Digital Government directive, which is a roadmap for delivering better digital services to U.S. citizens.
In a little less than one year, federal agencies advanced the vision of this directive in ways that are truly innovative. From the QuitPal mobile app created by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that helps people quit smoking to the Prevent Group B Strep App created by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), agencies are bringing the next frontier of mobility to the forefront.
The future is now when it comes to digital government. So, strap on your jet pack and get ready for an exciting ride through the world of mobility and government.
These are some of the key insights from a recent Federal Technology Insider podcast interview with Nate Rushfinn, Principle Enterprise Architect at CA Technologies, who provides an enlightening view on the power of mobility and government.