Much of government work is repetitive, time-consuming and deadly boring for the people who do it. What if there were an easy way to automate responses to legislators’ questions, to answer requests from Congressional offices, to execute a budget, evaluate a policy, process citizens’ questions or prepare the rollout of a domestic policy? What if there were a way to automate the mundane?
In the Netherlands, it’s already happening. A simple, easy-to-use application – unofficially named DigiGov – first gained fans among workers in that country’s Ministry of Defense. Soon thereafter it went viral, spreading among millennial colleagues who abhor repetitive rote work. DigiGov’s fundamental appeal, the “containerization of work,” led to adoption rates that some industry experts said were unprecedented.
This webcast will examine the DigiGov phenomenon, including: