April 15, 2014Underwritten by AT&T 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.
April 15, 2014Underwritten by AT&T 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.
April 15, 2014Underwritten by AT&T As the military rebalances and redeploys to prepare for a new era of defense, collecting information on mission-critical assets is increasingly important.
April 14, 2014Underwritten by AT&T information on equipment, facilities, utilities, vehicles, and other assets has never been more important for agency mission execution, but it is often difficult to find or hard to reach. To make information collection more efficient and effective, federal agencies can take advantage of existing communication technologies.
April 2, 2014Underwritten by Booz Allen Hamilton Cyber threats to U.S. critical infrastructure continue to grow in number and sophistication. To mitigate these threats, government and industry can work together to develop a healthy information sharing partnership.
March 24, 2014Underwritten by Symantec and HP Federal agencies are focused on identity and access management like never before. By linking electronic identities across multiple platforms, agencies can improve collaboration while lowering costs.
March 24, 2014Underwritten by Accenture For a variety of reasons, from budgetary to operational, cloud environments offer significant advantages over legacy systems. Despite these advantages, agencies have been slow in moving to the cloud, and progress has been inconsistent.
March 24, 2014Underwritten by Accenture As deadlines approach, agencies must decide whether to become shared service providers or consolidate and use the services of another organization.
March 19, 2014Underwritten by AvePoint Public Sector Dark data, information that agencies collect with the intention of using but fail to do so effectively, is a growing concern for federal agencies. Exposing this dark data could be the first step toward generating valuable insights that would enhance decision-making.