GOVERNMENT RESEARCH STUDIES, STATISTICS, REPORTS
From military vehicles and weapons systems to federal facilities and utilities, information collection is increasingly essential for federal agencies' missions. To achieve their ambitious goals, ranging from Pentagon audit-readiness to sustainable infrastructure, agencies will need to boost information collection capabilities.
- RESEARCH REPORT As the Internet scrambles to recover from vulnerabilities caused by Heartbleed, federal research agencies must also look to secure their data. Read more
- RESEARCH NOTE NASA is leading the way in initiatives to open government data for public use. But why are other agencies lagging behind? Read more
- RESEARCH NOTE More than two years after a government watchdog reported tens of billions in contracting waste in Iraq and Afghanistan, federal agencies continue to struggle to account for contractor activity. Read more
- INFOGRAPHIC Information collection is becoming increasingly important to program management, compliance, and performance monitoring across federal agencies, but federal leaders indicates serious challenges to improving collection. Read more
- RESEARCH REPORT From military vehicles and weapons systems to federal facilities and utilities, information collection is increasingly essential for federal agencies' missions. To achieve their ambitious goals, ranging from Pentagon audit-readiness to sustainable infrastructure, agencies will need to boost information collection capabilities. Read more
- INFOGRAPHIC As the military rebalances and redeploys to prepare for a new era of defense, collecting information on mission-critical assets is increasingly important. Read more
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- ISSUE BRIEF The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to find $1.2 trillion in savings in November 2011 could trigger automatic spending cuts in both defense and domestic programs. Defense spending cuts will have an effect on the American economy, particularly in states with high federal, military, defense contractor and sub-contractor populations. Defense workers should prepare for change with flexibility. Read more
- RESEARCH REPORT Federal agencies struggle to reuse and dispose of personal property. Managers cite "slow and inefficient processes" as a central challenge and seek training. This report highlights the need for improvements and offers the General Services Administration's suggestions for making the most of federal personal property. Read more
- ISSUE BRIEF Is the new federal chief information officer, Steven VanRoekel, markedly different from his predecessor, Vivek Kundra? How will Kundra's ambitious IT agenda fare under the leadership of a new CIO? How will VanRoekel's leadership change the future of federal information technology, and the way the U.S. government works? Read more