Technical debt is a financial metaphor that software developers use to talk to managers about the hidden costs associated with a system's architecture and code base (for example, changing requirements addressed with a quick ...
In 2019, $107.6 billion in technology spending is projected for state and local governments in the U.S. At the Beyond the Beltway event in Washington, D.C., Chief Information Officers talked about what they have planned.
Budget cuts are coming, but uncertainty surrounds them. So now experts are weighing in on how much money states might lose, what it will mean for technology work and what we can learn from the Great Recession.
The article explores how Blockchains and other emerging technologies can help states alleviate budgetary shortfalls, particularly as the current COVID-19 pandemic again places restraints on state economies.