Creating composable applications for seamless government services

Creating composable applications for seamless government services

Successful digital transformation depends on being able to work across silos, which are a common feature of central and regional government agencies. Composability is a system design principle that describes how to create collaboration and interoperable processes to navigate silos. Though originally a tech term used to describe the ability of technology components to connect together, composability increasingly refers to how the pieces of a government process that live in different departments can be designed and aligned to improve operational excellence through digital transformation

11 March 2024, 12:00 PM

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

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About The Speakers

Jason Whittet

Jason Whittet

Government Transformation Leader, AWS Worldwide Public Sector, Amazon Web Services (AWS)