Microsoft and eGovernment efforts take citizen services to cloud

At 4th annual Microsoft Worldwide Government Solutions Forum in Bergen, Norway, Joel Cherkis, general manager for Applied Innovation in Public Sector at Microsoft, outlined how the company’s Citizen Services Platform (CSP) and partner ecosystem will take advantage of Microsoft’s cloud-based solutions to give citizens — digital natives and newcomers — broad choices in how, where […]

At 4th annual Microsoft Worldwide Government Solutions Forum in Bergen, Norway, Joel Cherkis, general manager for Applied Innovation in Public Sector at Microsoft, outlined how the company’s Citizen Services Platform (CSP) and partner ecosystem will take advantage of Microsoft’s cloud-based solutions to give citizens — digital natives and newcomers — broad choices in how, where and when they access government services and to boost government efficiency. Boosting government efficiency improves delivery of citizen services, which drive individual and economic capacity, ultimately building a competitive society. Government can set up the right environment and structure to ensure that the potential of every individual is converted into results. To this end, Microsoft and its partners are part of this essential fabric, playing an important role in helping the economy thrive, addressing important societal challenges and empowering individual organizations, governments and citizens to reach their full potential through technology.

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