In order to engage in informed decision making, federal organizations must critically evaluate their data management and utilization framework in order to effectively leverage information as a key strategic asset.
GBC's exclusive flash poll series takes a look at the data explosion's impact on state and local government.
The federal retirement wave is fast approaching — but a March 2016 survey by Government Executive reveals that many employees on the edge of retirement are less financially prepared than they would like to be.
Even while a majority of agencies have migrated their assets to the cloud, some concerns remain over how agencies can overcome the challenges associated with the next frontier of cloud technology.
Steps state and local leaders can take to ensure they’re minimizing breaches and mitigating the ones that slip through
More agencies are adopting the agile work model, ushering in new levels of productivity. But do its core tenets mesh with a government that demands the utmost in security and compliance?
The U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) is seeking to achieve greater effectiveness by implementing the IC Information Technology Enterprise (IC ITE), a platform dedicated to streamlining information sharing across agencies. Government Business Council took a closer look at the perspectives of government leaders from the intelligence community.
Approximately 10,000 baby boomers are reaching retirement age per day — but how prepared are federal employees for both the financial and mental aspects of this next chapter of their lives?
What should federal employees consider when preparing for retirement?
The mantra "know your enemy" has never been more relevant. The task of mitigating risk in 2016 and beyond demands a federal workforce who can predict and avert all facets of an unpredictable cyberthreat landscape.