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Government Administration: Citizen and business services

Citizens increasingly expect a better experience from government services, including 24/7 access, more transparency, and multiple communication channels. To meet these expectations, government agencies are changing organizational behavior and processes to more closely align with private sector models of service delivery. But as governments look for ways to become more service-oriented and agile, they also struggle to do more with steadily shrinking budgets.

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Government Administration: Citizen sentiment analysis

For many years, governments reached out to citizens through traditional channels such as TV, radio, and, more recently, websites. However, fundamental changes in the way people communicate has uncovered new challenges and opportunities for civic leaders. In today's world, people stay in touch through a vast array of mobile devices and social media. They share information and interact daily through blogs, Facebook, and Twitter—and they expect the same from their governments.

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Government Administration: City financial management

City leaders in the role of financial management have annual budgets ranging from thousands to billions. Many manage investment portfolios to fund both civic projects and city employee pensions. And they must ensure timely and accurate financial reporting, full transparency and accountability, and maintain the trust of their citizens and tax payers.

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Government Administration: Document and records management

To optimize service delivery for citizens and businesses, governments need to find new ways to be productive and reduce manual processes. Microsoft CityNext offers comprehensive solutions that extend on-premises systems with online services and mobile technologies, and combine data from multiple sources to streamline workflow.

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Government Administration: Tax and revenue

Tax and revenue structures empower governments to fund citizen and business services and spark economic growth. Efficient collection processes not only cut costs, they also improve compliance and save time. According to the 2012 CIA World Factbook, the worldwide median of taxes and other revenue received by governments is 28.9 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP).ity, and enhancing security systems.

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Government Administration: Virtual town hall

Mayors and city staff need to engage regularly with citizens they represent to understand issues that matter most. Skype for Business makes it simple and cost effective to meet virtually with constituents, gathering feedback via group video calls. Both the mayor’s office and community members can create and share presentations, agendas, and notes―all in real time.

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法院命令:數位司法

在過去 19 年的執法生涯中,有許多時間我都待在審判廳。當我想到那些審判廳時,除了增加電腦和顯示器外,它們與 200 年前的外觀大抵相同。

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Tourism, Recreation, Culture: Destination management systems

While topics like energy and transportation often dominate conversations about cities, cultural and recreational amenities give urban areas their unique flavor. Today’s skilled workers want to live in dynamic urban environments that are filled with things to do and places to socialize and relax. Microsoft and our partners provide a broad range of tourism solutions including mobile apps, content management, and portals.

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Tourism, Recreation, Culture: Mobile tourism apps

Information about an area’s destinations often comes from multiple sources including hotels, tour guides, attractions, and landmarks. For tourism organizations, pulling it together into a centralized repository can be a daunting and expensive project if not managed efficiently. Microsoft CityNext offers solutions that integrate applications and data from multiple sources to streamline workflow and improve productivity.

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Tourism, Recreation, Culture: Tourism portals

For many years, governments reached out to citizens through traditional channels such as TV, radio, and, more recently, websites. However, fundamental changes in the way people communicate has uncovered new challenges and opportunities for civic leaders. In today's world, people stay in touch through a vast array of mobile devices and social media. They share information and interact daily through blogs, Facebook, and Twitter—and they expect the same from their governments.

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