With trust in government at an all-time low – policymakers need to think of new ways to restore the public’s trust. Recently, Adobe and WPP released a study that benchmarks how governments in seven countries are currently performing in their online service delivery – in short, citizens want government to shift from a legacy mindset to a citizen-centric mindset.
On January 31st, government and industry leaders gathered at the Newseum in Washington, DC for Government Executive’s 2018 Digital Citizen Summit, underwritten by Adobe. Attendees heard from leaders championing a new approach to designing and delivering digital services, based on citizens’ needs.
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As someone who has been involved with government relations in some shape, form or fashion his entire career, I have watched as cybersecurity has grown exponentially as an issue for public policymakers to address. Cybersecurity is no longer “just” an IT issue. It is an issue that impacts all business units of a company, all government organizations, and all U.S. citizens.
U.S. Digital Service Administrator Highlights the Importance of Improving Government Digital Experiences at Adobe’s Lehi Campus
U.S. Digital Service (USDS) Administrator Matt Cutts spoke to Adobe employees at the company’s Lehi campus on Thursday about how he and his colleagues are helping government agencies deliver better services to the American people through improved technology and design.
Last week, the 2017 Adobe MAX conference brought together more than 10,000 designers, developers and business leaders to discuss the latest creative technologies, learn new skills, and get inspired by fellow creatives. This year, MAX also featured a few special sessions focused on digital challenges and opportunities for creative professionals in government.