An increasing number of federal employees are now teleworking, yet agencies still face several technological and culture challenges to success. What changes can agencies make to improve telework communication?
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The Department of Defense faces a pivotal period for the Joint information Environment and its mobility strategy as it scales its mobility programs to the enterprise and works to define technical standards. So what do DoD managers think about the benefits of and challenges to mobility?
Federal IT spending has stagnated in recent years, but agencies are spending more and more on maintaining legacy systems. Maybe it's time to look beyond the traditional ownership model.
To stop the tens of thousands of cyber attacks against them each year, federal agencies are turning to continuous monitoring, which uses big data analytics to detect potential threats.
To realize the benefits of mobile technology, federal agencies will need to strike a balance, employing new technologies and innovative deployment models to give their workforce the flexibility they need with security they can trust.
The Obama Administration has called for agencies to develop more holistic cybersecurity, but where do managers begin?
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.
As the military withdraws from Afghanistan, meets budget reduction requirements, and redeploys around the world in a new era of defense, collecting information on its assets is increasingly important.
Four years into the Open Government Initiative, Government Business Council examined how agencies can overcome the remaining challenges to full implementation.
Under the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS), as long as a federal employee worked 20 to 30 years in government, their benefits were guaranteed, no matter the length of retirement. Since 1983, the federal government has been operating under the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS), which leaves much of the responsibility of retirement planning up to the individual.