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Retirement Planning Viewcast: What to Know Before You Retire

December 9, 2013 On December 9th, retirement planning expert and Government Executive columnist Tammy Flanagan will take your questions on her best advice for planning your retirement.

Transitioning to the Cloud -- Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead for the IC

December 6, 2013 Highly qualified government and former government speakers will discuss early lessons learned in this transition, perspectives from other sectors that have made similar transitions, benefits of a better integrated enterprise architecture, and suggestions to address the cultural and technological challenges ahead.

Should I stay or Should I go?

December 5, 2013 What are the best days to retire this December and in 2014, and what can you do to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible? Join us as Tammy Flanagan, Senior Benefits Director of the National Institute of Transition Planning, Inc., reviews what you need to know—whether you decide to stay or go.

Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation: How to Reduce Threats, Complexity and Cost

December 4, 2013 Join us to hear real world solutions to continuous diagnostics and mitigation that automate the assessment and remediation process and eliminate arduous and costly spreadsheet based remediation associated with legacy tools. Learn how other US Federal departments and agencies are mitigating threats and reducing risk while minimizing costs and decreasing remediation cycles.

Cloud First: Realizing the Full Potential of the Cloud

December 4, 2013 Over the past three years, federal leadership has mandated that agencies move existing and new IT services to the cloud through the Cloud First Policy and Digital Government Strategy. Join us to hear survey results from nearly 300 respondents and learn about: The current state of cloud adoption and drivers behind its growth; Challenges faced by federal managers who are adopting cloud technologies; and Strategies for procuring and staffing for the cloud.

Protecting the Past and Creating a Path for the Future: Challenges Facing Federal Records Management

November 7, 2013 Join GBC and Iron Mountain as we explore this research and have a candid discussion of how agencies are progressing against this directive and learn how the research shows collaboration between Records and IT professionals helps agencies get on the right path to success.

Federal Health Care 101: Open Season, Coverage & Your Options

November 6, 2013 At the start of 2014 open season, join government healthcare expert Walt Francis, author of the annual CHECKBOOK's Guide to Health Plans for Federal Employees, as he explains the details of available insurance plans, answers your questions about your 2014 federal health care options, and helps you make more-informed decisions about your coverage.

Shared Services: Empowering Agencies to Focus on Mission

November 6, 2013 Though some federal agencies have made progress in shared service adoption and at least nine federal shared service providers (FSSPs) have emerged across various lines of business, widespread concerns over the implications of shared services are slowing further implementation of the 2012 Federal IT Shared Services Strategy.

Open Hybrid Cloud: Create a Cloud for Your Needs on Your Terms

September 18, 2013 The promised benefits of the cloud are clear, and government mandates are pushing you to make the move. But, the complexity and security of putting together a self-service, hybrid cloud that spans resources in your datacenter and those rented from public cloud providers can be overwhelming.

Are Budget Pressures Affecting DoD's Readiness?

September 12, 2013 Budget shortfalls are putting pressure on the Defense Department to find savings in all areas, including the maintenance of the DoD’s assets and technologies. Defense assets are costly to operate and maintain. Even a small delay in detecting a problem can result in an unexpectedly large repair bill, and unplanned downtime has significant consequences for the operational performance of DoD’s systems.