FAIRFAX, Va., Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC), the premier public-private partnership dedicated to improving government through the application of information technology, announced today the release of their transition papers containing recommendations for the next administration.
Effective, innovative use of information technology has revolutionized many private sector business models over the last 20 years. But government has largely failed to keep pace with industry's business transformation and information technology revolution. The ACT-IAC transition papers, created by teams of private and public sector experts, outline a strategy for change in government based on the skills, practices, and culture that drive success in private sector companies.
"These papers provide a roadmap of actions for the next administration to begin to address the huge gap in effectiveness between public and private sector use of technology to transform business processes," said Mark Forman and Roger Baker, co-chairs of the ACT-IAC transition effort. "From skilled people to effective management, from cybersecurity to citizen engagement, and from budget to innovation; these papers summarize the challenges government faces, and present considered recommendations for the next administration."
For more information on how ACT-IAC is helping to improve government, and to download the transition papers, please visit the website, https://www.actiac.org/2016-presidential-transition-report.
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SOURCE American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council