Federal agencies often need to undertake large, costly, digital transformation efforts to fill ever-growing needs, such as customer demand for better service or escalating challenges in carrying out mission-critical activities. With increased transparency into federal spending, there is considerable public pressure for these transformation projects to be successful. However, while these projects promise long-term efficiency and cost reduction, they often don’t deliver on those promises.

A government agency’s complex organizational structures entail the involvement of multiple stakeholders and a long list of ever-changing regulations to follow. These influences can make it very difficult to keep technology, processes and people aligned. Thus, many large-scale public sector implementations struggle to manage these complexities and end up with breakdowns in technology, project management or change management.

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