Are federal agencies being realistic about the promise and perils of the Internet of Things?
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Two years after the launch of the Obama Administration's Digital Government Strategy, federal leaders still give their agencies an average C+ on digital services. How can agencies make the grade? Read the full GBC survey and report.
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