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How No-Code Can Bring California’s Vision 2023 To Life

Unqork’s no-code platform can help California reach its Vision 2023 technology goals to provide more accessible and efficient government services. Here’s how.

The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) recently outlined the State CIO’s top ten priorities for 2021. The top priorities—digital government/digital services, cloud services, and legacy application modernization—shows an urgency for state and local governments to modernize and transform their frameworks. And there’s no better time than now for states to begin their transformation journey.

As is often the case, the state of California is taking on a leadership position. Vision 2023 is California's statewide plan to leverage technology to make government services more resilient and more accessible to the Californians who rely on them the most. To these ends, Vision 2023 lays out five goals to guide its digital transformation and innovation efforts. 

Unfortunately, state agencies have a lot of catching up to do. A study conducted by EY found that even before COVID-19, only 18% of HHS organizations had managed to embed digital tools in the way they work. Lack of funding, legacy infrastructure, compliance complications surrounding data security, and an inability to integrate with existing systems have all created major roadblocks for agencies. How can state agencies overcome these backlogs and decades of workflow barriers? 

A no-code enterprise application platform like Unqork can be the secret weapon. Here’s how Unqork can deliver on each of the goals outlined by Vision 2023, enabling state and local governments to build digital applications that better serve the public. To learn more click here

Life as a technology leader in government has never been more challenging. On the one hand, citizens are demanding streamlined, sophisticated digital experiences while on the other hand you need to support the functionality of dated legacy systems. Antiquated paper-based processes can make this transition even more challenging. Hiring more staff helps, but it’s not a sustainable solution.