The proliferation of advanced cyber weapons among nation-states and cyber criminals has generated a steadily worsening threat environment for the United States and its critical infrastructure.
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A recent survey of 750 federal employees suggests agencies still struggle with diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Despite recent diversity initiatives, federal government agencies still struggle with diversity and inclusion in the workforce according to new GBC study. The survey results indicate there may be opportunity to provide resources that better address diversity and inclusion challenges.
Since the release of the White House’s 2012 Digital Government Strategy, agencies have begun implementing digital tools and services. GBC's survey of 396 senior-level federal employees reveals the current state of these services and the challenges moving forward.
A March GBC poll finds that a broad majority of federal managers support measures to incentivize information sharing. But in terms of what the actual law should look like, the devil may be in the details.
Creativity is important for organizations trying to stay agile as they solve problems new and old. So how are agencies encouraging their employees to devise new solutions? Here’s the third post in our Innovation Series, where we’ll walk you through what we found.
Are federal employees comfortable being candid when emailing their supervisors and colleagues? How often do they use personal email for government business? GBC surveyed 412 feds to learn the answers to these questions and more.
To effectively identify those responsible for cyber attacks, the Pentagon needs a holistic attribution process that integrates technical, operational, and strategic levels of analysis.
Creativity is important for organizations trying to stay agile as they solve problems new and old. So how are agencies encouraging their employees to devise new solutions? Here’s the second post in our Innovation Series, where we’ll walk you through what we found.
More than two-thirds of federal managers say their agency's customer service quality is at least comparable to the private sector standard. Unfortunately, the public is less optimistic.