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Big Data Meets Shrinking Budgets

March 20, 2013 With budgets shrinking across the federal government, agencies are hoping they can leverage bigger, faster and smarter data analysis to make programs that evade the ax more efficient and effective. This includes spotting complex patterns of fraud in federal spending on grants, contracts and Medicare and Medicaid payments.

How Rapid Prototyping is Changing Defense Acquisitions for the Better

March 19, 2013 The Weapons Acquisition Reform Act of 2009 was instituted to help defense agencies make acquisitions and procurement faster and more efficient. In doing so, competitive prototyping emerged as one of the most efficient ways to align procurement needs while staying in budget. The Government Business Council (GBC) launched a survey and yielded over 450 responses about how the defense community is coping with changes to the acquisition process.

EAGLE: Exploring the Army’s New Procurement Vehicle

March 13, 2013 This webcast will provide an in-depth look into one of the largest procurement vehicles available in the Army today for logistic services. Speakers will walk you through the benefits of this new procurement vehicle, the benefits it will provide and offer perspectives from acquisitions experts in the industry.

How Two Huge Providers are Adjusting to Budget Realities

March 7, 2013 The widespread adoption of electronic health records holds enormous promise for improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare across the United States. Few, if any, organizations have had more experience in this area than the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments, delivering care to millions of patients across all demographic groups.

Preparing for Retirement: Improving Your Income Security

February 26, 2013 Retirement is quickly approaching for many of today’s federal managers, but are you ready? In a recent Government Business Council, Government Executive Media Group’s research and analysis division, survey of over 1,100 federal managers, just 40% felt fully prepared for retirement.

Mobile Security: Confronting Challenges

January 17, 2013 While mobile technology enables federal managers to work anytime, anywhere, it also makes the government more and more vulnerable to cyber threats. As employees increasingly use their devices to access classified information, it is imperative for network security features to move seamlessly to smartphone devices and tablets.

The Federal Technologist’s Outlook to 2013

December 18, 2012 As government executives face new IT challenges relating to data, mobility, and cybersecurity, new and changing technologies have become crucial to understand. With the federal government setting high expectations on efficiency and innovation next year, how can you enter 2013 ready to keep your agency on the cutting edge of federal IT?

Open Season: Federal Healthcare Coverage & Your Options

November 8, 2012 Just days before the start of open season, join government healthcare expert Walton 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 directly, and helps you make a more informed decision about your federal healthcare coverage.

Cloud Computing: Which Agencies Are Doing it Best?

November 5, 2012 As more and more agencies move services such as email, collaboration tools, records management, software-as-a-service tools and more to the cloud, which agencies are doing it best? Join us for a webcast to hear from agencies that have successfully moved operations to the cloud.

Cyber Security & Transformational Technologies: Keeping Systems and Data Safe

November 5, 2012 This webcast will explore the results of the research, including how government is managing cyber security priorities and where they are investing limited funds to keep their systems and data safe while serving the needs of their agencies.