Like all organizations, public sector organizations face significant challenges when it comes to tracking time and attendance. In public sector, these challenges are made even more pressing than in private organizations due to additional regulation and oversight, the need to operate transparently, outdated time and attendance tracking systems, and other issues that are unique to public sector.
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Office 365 for public sector offers organizations the ability to collaborate and communicate with constituents and other organizations more easily than ever before. Dozens of notable public sector organizations are using Office365, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture; the Federal Aviation Administration; the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; the State of Texas; the State of California; Dupage County; King County, Washington; the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority; the City and County of San Francisco, the City of Kansas City, Mo.; the City of Seattle; the City of Chicago, and many others.
Public sector organizations will face significant technology challenges in 2017. Once considered a staid and stable sector of the economy, advancing technology and demands by constituents to do more with less are forcing public sector organizations to adapt quickly.
Public sector organizations have a reputation of being slow to adapt to change, but most public sector insiders know that this is no longer true, if it ever was.
In fact, the business challenges facing the public sector are not so different from those facing private companies. Technology has changed what constituents expect from their governments. Public sector organizations struggle to respond, just as private sector companies do. Yet, although technology has created new expectations, it can also help public sector organizations rise to the challenge.