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Government Process Automation and Integration with Open Source SOA
A business rules management system (BRMS) delivers a more flexible and responsive IT infrastructure. Made available for use by government processes and people through SOA, government IT further enables President Obama's vision of using technology to achieve a more personal, efficient, ...More
In these turbulent times, government agencies must be more responsive to constituencies while reducing costs and error. Scattered government rules and policies implemented across existing siloed applications or, worse, on paper or in people's heads, create inhibitors to serving people efficiently. New tabulator technology for automating government processes and programs (such as the new Social Security) helped President Roosevelt's administration serve people better during the Great Depression. Now we face similar challenges with new technology solutions at hand.
Take government rules, regulations, and policies from being locked up in stove-piped applications and implement them in a Business Rules Management System (BRMS). This flexible and responsive IT and business infrastructure can be made available for use by government processes and people through SOA. Only then can government IT help fulfill President Obama's vision of using technology to bring change to a more personal, efficient, and responsive government.
Join Pierre Fricke, Director of Product Line Management at Red Hat, for a one-hour webinar as he discusses:
* How government rules and regulations can be made more available to IT projects delivering greater flexibility and responsiveness
* How SOA brings these rules together with existing and new applications and processes for improved government process execution and delivery of information to constituents
* Why a next generation BRMS and SOA Platform is the most cost-effective, high quality and responsive path to implementation and delivery
Date: May 21, 2009