Leveraging the Power of High Performance Analytics: Smarter Decisions, Better Outcomes, Faster Than Ever Before
January 22, 2013Underwritten by SAS In response to mounting budget and organizational challenges, senior federal leadership have turned to data analytics to improve mission-effectiveness.
January 22, 2013Underwritten by Adobe Defense agencies are undergoing a mobile transformation, but most managers don't expect significant growth due to security concerns.
November 12, 2012Underwritten by Autonomy Thousands of decisions are made by employees at all levels of government, but the tools decision makers need have not kept up with the times. Spreadsheets and databases cannot handle all types of data, so potential issues regularly go unnoticed. To find the origins of a problem, organizations often have to delve into unstructured data or “human information” to find out who knew what, when and where.
October 9, 2012Underwritten by Deloitte Competing priorities are slowing down federal government efficiency. Just 29 percent of federal managers surveyed give high marks to the efficiency of their agency and 16 percent say the same about the federal government as a whole. In this research report, GBC identified eight federal cost areas— payments, oversight and compliance, property management, redundancy, contract resource management, technology, workforce, and acquisitions and procurement—and asked federal managers surveyed to rank their efficiency. Read on to learn: -Which cost areas contribute most to federal inefficiency -What is the top challenge when it comes to reducing inefficiency -Which steps pose the largest obstacles for managers in cutting costs -How agencies are overcoming these challenges and completing successful cost reduction initiatives
October 3, 2012Underwritten by IBM As the November presidential election nears, it seems increasingly unlikely that lawmakers will come to a consensus on how to reduce government spending. Such indecision would put the sequestration clause into effect. Are you prepared for sequestration? Here are 3 survival strategies to help you navigate the road ahead.
September 25, 2012Underwritten by Symantec
September 17, 2012Underwritten by OpenText Agencies are generating more and more information, but is it readily available when you need it? Can it be searched, indexed and shared across agency borders to fill FOIA requests and inform decision-making? Managers indicate that information management is essential or important to agency operations, but current information management systems (IMS) receive a grade of “C” by federal managers. How can managers improve information management government-wide?
August 30, 2012Underwritten by CSC Federal agencies are currently supported by a vast network of application dinosaurs that are swallowing up IT budgets. Modernizing applications seems daunting, but with a little investment, old but vital applications can be saved and modernized for a new tour of duty.