Efiia Group Submits Ideas to National Dialogue on The Federal Mobile Strategy
Washington, DC – The federal government is calling upon the power of the crowds to uncover new—and necessary—updates to mobile strategy. The National Dialogue on the Federal Mobile Strategy is reaching out to individuals in the public and private sector through an online interface. Participants in the dialogue are able to vote and comment on the ideas, giving government officials valuable ideas and sentiments regarding the mobile strategy across the federal space.
The Efiia Group saw this dialogue as an opportunity to share some innovative ideas and concepts. Efiia posted three ideas that, comprehensively, represented some of the focus projects over the last few years: enterprise mobile strategy, crowdsourcing, and next-generation information sharing through collaboration. Within minutes of posting, the ideas gained much popularity.
While many other ideas touched on valuable strategic changes for government, ideas from the Efiia Group introduced more comprehensive approaches to mobile strategies, innovations, and applications. Coincidentally, the federal government is utilizing one of Efiia’s main ideas with the National Dialogue: harnessing the power of crowds.
The Efiia Group looks forward to seeing the results of the National Dialogue on The Federal Mobile Strategy and working with government to see valuable ideas contribute to the final Strategy.
To vote on The Efiia Group's ideas, click here: National Dialogue on The Federal Mobility Strategy
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