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Programs, Recommended Reading, Systems

Do You Really Need an MMIS System?

In an effort to manage the healthcare payments for those served by Medicaid, state Medicaid agencies are increasingly required to act as experts in technology.

People, Programs, Training, Virtual

How to Transition to Virtual Training

Now, more than ever, government agencies must find new ways of communication and collaboration. We have seen an increased demand for virtual alternatives to a wide variety of trainings.

People, Programs, Systems, IT, Procurement

Innovation with IT Purchasing

Progressive procurement agencies look for ways to make their processes more effective and efficient. When you use IT effectively, you empower personnel to make better decisions, streamline processes, and maintain quality of service in all aspects of your agency.

People, Programs, Systems, Change Management, OCM, Procurement

Manage the Procurement Journey

E-procurement systems help you manage the process, from solicitation development to contract administration.

People, Programs, Systems, Performance Measurement

Performance Measurement

Performance measurement is a systematic ongoing process to assess how well an organization, project, or program is doing its job.

People, Programs, Recommended Reading, Systems, Agile, Scrum

Using Agile Outside Software Development

IT World has an interesting article about using the tools and techniques of agile development and scrum for projects other than software development. Many of the techniques are similar to PK’s own Predictive Management (PM) toolset.

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