Five ways to reduce costs and drive higher efficiencies in government
sponsored by IBM

Governments around the world face budget issues and are in desperate need of reducing their spending.

There are plenty of ideas floating around about how governments can save money. Over the past 10 years, various task forces and commissions have issued reports detailing hundreds of ways for governments to reduce costs without necessarily cutting programs or levels of services.

But action has yet to be taken.

This paper explores five ways that technology can help government agencies reduce costs and improve their efficiencies, and also illustrates how these strategies can benefit your government agency.

Read this now to learn about examples of how business process management (BPM), business rules, dynamic application infrastructure, service-oriented architecture (SOA), cloud computing and virtualization have helped various government agencies around the world reduce costs and achieve higher efficiencies.

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