COVID-19 has transformed digital service options from a "nice to have" to an "absolutely must-have." Counties need fast, flexible, scalable and cost-effective tools for this new normal to improve response management and deliver services that safely meet the full spectrum of public needs in their communities.
Join us September 8 at 2 p.m. ET / 11 p.m. PT as Cas Holloway, Head of Public Enterprise at Unqork, and Rita Reynolds, CTO of NACo, explore methods local government agencies are using to increase efficiency and rapidly digitize core administrative services like licensing, permitting, building inspections and regulatory functions as well as building new citizen engagement hubs.
During the session, we will discuss:
- How no-code software applications built within days enabled government agencies to scale their pandemic response and lay the groundwork for virtualization of government services such as marriage licenses and meal distribution
- Simplifying the entire application development process with a platform that’s intuitive and integrates seamlessly into legacy systems and software
- Ways to eliminate overhead costs associated with legacy code and maintenance
- New tech tools to drive ongoing two-way citizen engagement and public transparency