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CompTIA and the American Public Human Service Association’s second annual survey examines technology challenges, issues and trends facing agencies
State and local health and human services (HHS) agencies across the United States continue to make progress in their use of digital technologies to become more effective and efficient, according to a new report released by CompTIA and the American Public Human Services Association (APSHA).
The second annual HHS State of the States Survey offers insights relative to IT issues, challenges, trends, and perspectives from state and local health and human services thought leaders.
Dozens of human services leaders at the state government level discuss where the human services IT vertical is heading in the next year. They share their perspectives on service delivery modernization; federal partnerships and interagency/state collaboration; governance; workforce optimization; cloud and cybersecurity; emerging trends/technology; and modularity. Some interesting findings include:
For a copy of the report, please visit https://www.comptia.org/communities/public-sector-councils/the-human-services-information-technology-advisory-group
To read the press release about the survey, please visit https://www.comptia.org/about-us/newsroom/press-releases/2017/10/24/nation-s-health-and-human-services-agencies-moving-forward-with-digital-transformation-report-from-comptia-and-the-american-public-human-service-association-finds