As the infographic below shows, conservatives and liberals agree that more funding is needed to improve digital government tools, and 75 percent of voters are more likely to support candidates who champion investing in digital tools over candidates who don’t.
Last night, Barry Leffew, Vice President of Adobe Public Sector, was honored at the FedScoop 50 Awards Reception as a winner in the Industry Leadership category. This award was given to recognize Barry’s leadership at Adobe, and his contribution as a valued, innovative partner to the federal community.
Designers know the value of stock content. It’s fast and convenient to use, costs less than creating custom content, and is available in a huge variety to serve almost any design. When stock content is repurposed over time, it can be an investment rather than an expense. But realizing the efficiencies of stock content is not always so easy, especially for the public sector.
But how many US citizens are actually engaging with the government digitally? What factors are most important to citizens when using government tools online, and do they see this as a budget priority? To answer these questions Adobe commissioned a study to explore how citizens interact with their government online, and how they feel about the digital government tools currently available to them.
Today, Motorola Solutions, a leader in law enforcement technology, announced the development of new solutions powered by Adobe software to securely store, review, manage, and share digital evidence.
Adobe is excited and honored to recognize some of the best creative work we’ve seen over the past year with a special set of awards targeted at exceptional Public Sector agencies. The quality of this year’s many submissions clearly illustrates how design-centric innovation has become a core strategic consideration for engaging citizens and adapting to the continuous “consumerization” of government services.