Solutions that advance your mission and serve citizens
Citizens want their government to deliver high-quality services. Today, it’s more important than ever for governments to leverage technology to do it. MAXIMUS has proven capabilities, experience and the commitment required to deliver enterprise technology solutions that advance our clients’ missions.
Government's ambitious efforts to leverage technology
spent on IT this year by state and local governments
of federal CIOs say their citizen experience efforts focus on ease of use
of government data science tasks are projected to be automated by 2020
Services and products that deliver results
MAXIMUS brings together the people, processes and technologies necessary to solve our clients’ hardest problems. We have an array of in-house expertise, enabling us to build technology solutions and services that help our clients meet today’s challenges and evolve for the future. Clients choose us for our experience, our execution and our ability to be a trusted partner to them.
Enterprise Infrastructure and Support Services
We not only engineer, operate and maintain complex technological infrastructures, but we maintain and modernize them to ensure they’re built to last. We work as partners with our clients to deliver what they need across a full range of services from customer-facing digital components to mission-enabling platform services.Read more about IT modernization
Our team has a range of proven software development expertise from architecture and design to development and sustainment. We leverage industry-leading delivery models that streamline software application implementation to enable applications across the federal government.Read about our CMMI appraisal
As a leading provider of business process management (BPM) services to the federal government, we consistently infuse new technology tools into client programs to deliver better efficiency and improved outcomes. This includes applying innovative tools that leverage artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive computing and machine learning, and robotic process automation (RPA).Read more about investing in a digital toolkit
Citizen Engagement Platforms
We are the leading provider of Citizen Engagement Services to government. So, it should come as no surprise that the technology platforms we use are second-to-none. We apply these platforms to our Citizen Engagement Centers to drive better outcomes for our clients and the people they serve.Read more about intelligent virtual assistants
Building for the future of government when IT modernization isn’t just a technology upgrade
Recently, as agency leaders have prioritized IT modernization as a catalyst to prepare their agencies for the future, technology has been leaned on as the “big fix” that will single-handedly solve every existing challenge and eliminate future ones. Technology is innately an important part of modernization efforts, including the transitioning of legacy systems. And, while it is an excellent tool for reducing costs, increasing productivity, and delivering consistent, high-quality service to citizens, it is not very effective when applied in a vacuum. Because of this, it is vitally important that agency leaders take a more holistic view of their agency mission, prevalent engagement and service delivery models, and the people they serve when approaching modernization initiatives to ensure the desired outcomes are achieved.Read more about IT modernization
Our relationship with Robotic Process Automation
AI is getting much attention in the industry press, but RPA may prove to be even more valuable for government applications.
RPA demystified: The new opportunity for the digital age
In this article, MAXIMUS Federal’s President of Information Technology Raj Parameswaran highlights the rise of robotic process automation technology and how it may offer tremendous value to federal IT operations in the coming years.Read the full article on GCN
RPA delivers better results for citizens
In this article, Andy Beamon, Vice President, Strategic Innovation for Citizen Services, illustrates how robotic process automation will be an essential tool for government agencies as they address the limitations imposed by legacy systems.Read the full article on GCN