Business Strategy: Government Digital Transformation: An Information Management Framework
This IDC study discusses how digital transformation is changing information management in the government sector. It describes an information management framework that government IT and non-IT executives should consider to make sure they can deal with digital transformation by aligning all dimensions of a consistent information management approach: intent, people, processes, data, and technologies.
IDC observes that the data-driven revolution is starting to take hold across all government entities at the national and local levels, not merely in departments and agencies that have missions involving science and research but also through departments that provide national security and public safety, public health, tax collection, and welfare payments.
""Governments that want to realize the benefits of digital transformation should treat data as a strategic asset to understand how digital transformation is affecting information management from five points of view: the strategic intent, processes and governance, people competencies and culture, data architecture, and technology infrastructure,"" said Massimiliano Claps, research director, Adelaide O''Brien, research director, and Gerald Wang, research manager, IDC Government Insights.
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