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How to Maintain IT Investments in the Face of Budget Cuts (e-Document), [PDF]

How to Maintain IT Investments in the Face of Budget Cuts (e-Document), [PDF]

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Local governments must invest in technology even during a budget-cutting climate. Without continued investment in information technology (IT), local governments risk (1) the inability to provide the ...
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Local governments must invest in technology even during a budget-cutting climate. Without continued investment in information technology (IT), local governments risk (1) the inability to provide the public with demanded or needed services, (2) failure to maintain critical applications that support government operations, and (3) declining system performance, making operations inefficient and less effective. This InFocus report serves as a resource for local governments seeking new ways to maintain IT investments in the face of budget cuts. Download this InFocus report to learn new ways to keep pace with technology and citizen-driven demands for services, which include making the case for ◾Potential future e-government service demands ◾IT maintenance at vendor-supported levels ◾Equipment refresh (or upgrade) cycles supporting government business operations ◾Appropriate partnerships and interlocal agreements for cost and investment sharing ◾Demonstration of IT alignment with the governmental vision and mission. About the Authors: Jeff Locketz is a partner at Lurie Besikof Lapidus & Company, LLP in Minneapolis, and the managing director of LBL Technology Partners. He specializes in consulting with government entities related to managing their information systems and internal control structures. Locketz frequently speaks to groups on information technology assurance, information controls, information security and business continuity planning. Iriana Arias is a project supervisor in the LBL Technology Partners division of Lurie Besikof Lapidus & Company, LLP, Minneapolis, and supervises IT assurance engagements as well as IT strategic planning engagements. She frequently consults with clients related to information controls and information security. (2012, vol. 44, no. 4)

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