The Government Digital Transformation Exchange, located at govtransformationexchange.org, is a new collaboration between U.S. states, counties and cities that helps government agencies share best digital practices with one another.
Founding members include the states of Illinois, Oklahoma, Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Wisconsin, Montgomery County (Maryland), the Village of Wilmette (Illinois), the Village of Hinsdale (Illinois), the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation, Government Technology and Governing.
About Government Digital Transformation Exchange:
The Government Digital Transformation Exchange is a first in the nation partnership to accelerate adoption of new technologies and digital government platforms by empowering collaboration across government entities. Many government units are attempting to use digital technologies to transform and improve operations. This new partnership establishes an online best practices repository of case studies providing concrete, repeatable digital transformation blueprints, frameworks and lessons learned by early adopters. This enables knowledge sharing and collaboration at new levels and jumpstarts implementations of similar initiatives, improving government services faster and saving the taxpayer time and money.
From e.Republic Chief Innovation Officer Dustin Haisler announcing DTE:
“States and localities are full of stealable ideas, but the trick is surfacing them in an actionable form. The Exchange is a simple and effective way to do that. This ITIF-led partnership makes it easier to gather best practices in government, and we look forward to following the submissions as they come through.”
Learn more at govtransformationexchange.org.