NASCA recently released the 2017 Top Policy and Administrative Priorities of State Chief Administrators. The priorities are based on a ranking from state chief administrators
nationally, and will be used to help guide NASCA's research, programming,
training, networking and partner opportunities in 2017.
State Chief Administrators collectively ranked information technology as the
number one priority in 2017, which was followed closely by funding and budget
constraints, then procurement. Go here to view the full list.
2017 Top Policy and Administrative Priorities of State Chief Administrators
1. Information Technology
2. Funding and Budget Constraints
4. Agency Relations, including addressing silos and improving cross departmental
5. Data Analytics and Data Sharing
6. Workforce Issues, including recruitment and retention
7. Streamlining Operations
8. Need for Shared Enterprise Vision
9. Creating a Culture Change
10. Facilities Management