Too often government strategic plans neglect legislative and regulatory requirements imposed on the agencies. Rightly the focus is on opportunities to modernize and participate in new models technical transformations can offer. For the Federal Mobility Strategy to be successful, it must be implementable without unduly exposing agencies to legal and administrative risks. Legal and regulatory requirements for security, ...more »
Government enterprise-wide mobile strategy cannot be limited to simply purchasing mobile devices. Agencies and departments need to recognize the need to establish short- and long-term plans and strategies for mobile deployment and mobile application development. Without a strategy for effectively using mobile in the federal space, mobile application and device deployment will be inefficient and costly.
Develop a platform that will allow citizens to consume government services.
The platform should support:
* Service Aggregation, Discovery & Distribution
* Allow citizens to provide feedback on a service
* Host Data Dictionaries & API across agencies to allow small biz, citizens to develop apps (spark innovation)
* Provide Governance & Policy to manage the citizen engagement
The civilian side of the federal government currently has no common policies or guidelines in place on how to evaluate, validate, protect or secure mobile technologies - including mobile infrastructure, mobile devices, mobile apps, mobile data practices, etc. I suggest that the government create reasonable security guidelines so that the important work of protecting the federal computing infrastructure is not duplicated ...more »
Develop agency-level mobility plans that include government to citizen, government to business, government to government, and government to employee plans, priorities, and timelines for implementation.