A Mobile Strategy should not be developed in a vacuum from an agency’s Cloud Strategy. Mobility is dependent on where data is stored, how it is accessed, and how you can manipulate it. Understanding where and how an agency will store and secure the data that is necessary to make the applications useful and empower the end user will make a mobile strategy more effective. The Federal Mobility Strategy must integrate, ...more »
We also need to get the data right to reap the full benefits of mobile technology. This requires effective, forward-thinking inter-agency coordination on geospatial data to allow users to discover more information about places they visit with their mobiles. Users should be able to get apps that answer questions like: What watershed am I in? What is the soil type here? What are the demographics? What is the weather forecast ...more »
If Federal end users are being completely defined by their mission and lifestyle along with all the mission data needed to accomplish their role; there will be a large increase in productivity of the government. Smart Lean government will be defined by a series of tiny mobile apps. These apps will define true end to end service desire the government has tried to fulfill for years.