After the roller coaster year of 2020, 2021 has turned into the year we built on our pandemic experiences. And on this week’s episode of âIn Case You Missed It,â the team invited Noelle Knell, editor-in-chief of Government technology, to discuss what it looked like in the world of state and local government.
This included the massive and landmark market acquisition of NIC by Tyler Technologies, itself part of a larger sequence of merger and acquisition activity in the market that sees government technology companies pursuing horizontal expansion. and vertical. The pandemic has also really made many aware of the essential nature of broadband internet – but even with more infrastructure funding to come, hurdles remain in deploying it effectively and efficiently. Finally, with the rapid proliferation of new technologies such as AI and drones, this year has seen increased discussion of the ethical considerations the government must undertake as it explores their uses.
ON THIS WEEK’S SHOW
Tyler Technology continues its shopping spree in 2021
How governments and citizens interact in the future
The future of government work
An inspiring story from Pittsburgh
Discover the December 2021 edition of Government technology magazine to read all of our 2021 Year in review.
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