For much of the federal workforce, the transition to retirement is becoming an increasingly pressing reality. However, according to Government Executive's March 2016 survey, many federal employees feel less than prepared to handle the emotional challenges of retirement.
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Federal leaders weigh in on the state of information security.
President Obama’s 2011 Executive Order launched a nationwide effort to curtail waste, fraud, and improper payments across federal, state, and local governments. To better understand how federal, state, and local government leaders assess their organization’s fraud management capabilities, GBC recently deployed a survey to 340 federal leaders.
How federal agencies are using their data to improve decision-making
By stepping away from monolithic solutions, healthcare agencies can make a difference for citizens.
Sitting for hours at a time is hurting our bodies and our minds. It’s time to take back the workday.
How career civil servants can prepare their agencies for the changeover eight years in the making
Life After the Big Bang: Exploring Modular, Agile Paths Toward Health and Human Services Modernization
GBC's 2016 study explores the shifting realm of state and local HHS systems modernization through a series of interviews with experts.
What started as a way to manage digital evidence now has powerful long-term possibilities for law enforcement.
As troubling as a cyber attack from the outside can be, government agencies are looking to double down on what is potentially an even greater risk to their information and security: the insider threat.