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Transition to New Internet Protocol Raises Security Concerns

Federal agencies are slowly making the switch to the new Internet Protocol, IPv6, which promises a near limitless supply of IP addresses and greater security. But beneath the surface, the transition process raises significant security concerns.

Unifying Government Communications with Video

New methods of technology procurement can help federal agencies obtain tools that can enhance collaboration and empower users.

Positive Military Recruitment and Retention Numbers Mask Quality Concerns

The military's latest recruitment and retention numbers are positive, but there are serious qualitative retention concerns that bring the military's ability to adapt to a new security environment into question.

New Health Research Institute to Improve Patient Outcomes with Big Data

The federal government's newest health research institute, PCORI, is using big data to take a patient-centric approach to medical research.

Approaching DoD Audit Readiness Through Asset Visibility

To help achieve its ambitious audit readiness goals, the Pentagon can enhance awareness of mission critical assets through M2M.

Improving Mission Effectiveness Through Better Information

Real-time data and analytics can empower agencies to act quickly and more effectively to achieve their missions -- from infrastructure protection, to environmental conservation, to disaster relief.

The Keys to Effective Government? Collaboration and Employee Morale

Shared services and thoughtful centralization can help agencies be more efficient.

Excellence in Government 2014 Recap

On May 12-13, Government Executive Media Group hosted Excellence in Government 2014, bringing together more than 700 federal employees to share ideas on how to improve mission-effectiveness and efficiency across federal agencies. GBC covered the conference and compiled summaries of individual sessions.

Leadership, Not Technology, is the Key to Government Innovation

Government innovation is the talk of the town, but what does it actually look like? The answer is less expensive and technology-intensive than many think.

Federal Workspaces Are Changing, the Question Is How?

Budget pressures, mandates to reduce space, and promises of productivity are urging agencies to reassess where--and how--people work.