Connected Government: Follow Five Imperatives to Thrive in Challenging Economic Times
Source: Cisco Systems
The economic stimulus programs of the 1930s funded highways that connected people, enabled mobility, and accelerated trade. This transportation infrastructure paved the way for decades of economic growth. Today it has another opportunity to stimulate economic growth by investing in network infrastructure. Twenty-first century network infrastructure will bring together people and information across public, private, and nonprofit organizations to create a sustainable competitive advantage for the future. The measures of success are shaping a sustainable economy, optimizing service delivery, engaging citizens, unlocking workforce potential and enhancing safety and security for improved quality of life.