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Preparing for Life After Federal Service

By 2020, over a third of federal employees who joined the government prior to last year will be eligible for retirement — and a 2017 GBC study looks into exactly how prepared they are for what lies ahead.

How Is Government Faring in the Data Age?

Good government depends on effective data management — but according to GBC's recent survey, federal processes still have room for improvement.

Federal Payments Technology Trends: Virtual Cards

Virtual cards — cardless accounts uniquely created to facilitate specific transactions — help organizations make safe, secure and simple payments. Here's how.

Federal Payments Technology Trends: Digital/Tokenization

As the payments industry trends toward digital, it is clear that tokenization is here to stay. Here's how tokenization is making transactions more secure.

Data in the Trenches: Transforming Defense Readiness in the Age of Big Data

Now more than ever, those tasked with making important decisions affecting strategy, logistics, and personnel safety must be able to select the best course of action at a moment’s notice by drawing from the latest information whenever and wherever the situation demands it.

Making the Leap: Exploring the Push for Cloud Adoption

GBC's in-depth research study explores the present and future of cloud adoption.

Flash Poll: Surviving the Cyber Storm

Global institutions, including the U.S. government, face a constant barrage of cyber attacks. But are agency leaders truly prioritizing improvements to cybersecurity? GBC polled government employees to find out.

The Need for Speed in the Federal IT Lifecycle

A government agency is only as effective as the technology that supports it. Too often that technology is trapped in the past.

Helping health care providers stay compliant with ever-changing rules and regulations: Why outreach and education is critical

With proper education and training, providers better understand not only the current health care landscape, but also what changes will be coming in the future, allowing them to prepare more effectively.