Macon-Bibb County Modernized Infrastructure to Prepare for Growth

September 29, 2021

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The proliferation of smart devices, an acceleration of broadband infrastructure and internet connectivity, and the shift to remote work are creating headwinds for local governments with the potential to radically reform how they operate. At the same time, Covid has proven just how vital digitization and remote operations can be to local governments of all sizes – and its rising importance in an increasingly disrupted environment. Resiliency is not the only benefit being observed through digitization. Officials are also taking notice of the new public-private partnership models enabled by digital technologies and the opportunities presented, from overcoming staffing constraints to creating budget stability and new revenue streams.

Hear how Macon-Bibb County modernized their infrastructure to prepare for growth in the video below.

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