Vice President of Sales, Adobe, Citizen Engagement & GIS, Carahsoft
Cortney Steiner is Vice President of Sales at Carahsoft who leads the Adobe and Citizen Engagement & GIS (CEGIS) teams. For more than a decade, Cortney has educated and encouraged public sector agencies to re-think how they interact and engage with ideas and information via improved digital experiences. Her responsibilities include inside sales management, contract management, and sales and marketing expertise in commercial, education, and all of public sector vertical markets.
February 11th, 2019
The 21st Century IDEA focuses on five core areas related to the public’s online experience: website modernization, digitization of government services and forms, electronic signatures, customer experience, and standardization.
April 5th, 2016
The 2016 Adobe Digital Government Assembly focused on “Delivering Digital Experiences that Matter.” While digital government is pushing the boundaries of innovation, the end goal is to better serve the community with secure, user-friendly interfaces and experiences for end-users.
- ADGA, Adobe, Adobe Digital Government Assembly, Citizen Engagement, Cloud, Digital Strategy, FedRAMP, Forms, Mobile Government, Open Source
January 15th, 2016
Winter weather won’t impact the drive time or route for Adobe’s webinar series, “Navigating the Digital Highway,” taking place from January 25-29, 2016. This week-long series showcases real-world examples of how both government and commercial organizations are approaching the growing demands of customers and internal initiatives with digital tools and solutions.
August 14th, 2015
Adobe Experience Manager and Connect Managed Services has received FedRAMP℠ Authorization for its Cloud Services for Government. Essentially, this means that Adobe’s cloud solutions meet the security requirements of the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) of 2001 and have been cleared for use across government.
June 17th, 2015
Adobe recently released a thoughtful blog post about the benefits of cloud in government. While it may seem like this topic has been fully addressed in the media and by the vendor community, a recent study showed that the messages are not resonating with a large portion of government IT professionals.
February 13th, 2015
GSA recently launched the Public Participation Playbook, a resource for government managers to use in engaging citizens in the development of better, more effective public services.