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Business Rules and Change for Government Decision Managers

5 Steps to Making Government More Agile

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Business Rules and Change for Government Decision Managers. 5 Steps to Making Government More Agile. Change is inevitable. So is the need to implement and manage it.

New decisions and government policy changes mean constant monitoring and updates to tax tables, traffic fines, compliance deadlines, interest rates, requests for proposals, import quotas and service fees, to name a few.

How can you manage decisions and turn them into real-world changes in government IT systems in an agile manner? Traditionally, it has been necessary to code and re-code these changes in COBOL, .NET, Java and other languages, which required numerous trips down the hall and meetings with the programming staff. But

now, thanks to decision management and business rule management systems (BRMS), government decision managers themselves can implement these changes.