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Flash Poll: Managing Waste, Fraud, and Abuse

Improper payments in the federal government in 2015 totaled $137 billion, a $12 billion spike over the previous year. But according to a recent GBC poll, nearly half of federal employees think their agency is competent at preventing fraud and abuse.

Ready for Takeoff: FedRAMP’s Way Forward to the Cloud

In spite of advancing technology, many agencies have yet to realize the benefits of cloud computing. Here's how FedRAMP can get them there.

MILITARY READINESS Better decision making and accuracy

How Government is Innovating in the Cloud

A total of 19 local and regional governments and school districts were celebrated at Amazon Web Service's annual summit.

Public Sector Innovators Gather to Talk Cloud Technology

Amazon Web Service's Public Sector Summit brought together the leaders in cloud innovation.

Out With the Old, In With the New: Federal IT Transformation in 2017

For federal agencies facing imminent budget cuts, one thing is increasingly clear: current IT processes are not sustainable for mission success in 2017 and beyond. Are agencies taking necessary action? GBC investigates.

Solutions for Mission Success Resource Center

Discover insights and solutions for addressing the complex technical challenges facing government and military leaders and organizations.

For Federal Agencies, Standing Still is Not an Option

Agencies must navigate through evolving challenges on multiple fronts, but with the lessons learned in the private sector there appear to be clear opportunities for success.

Life After Service: Preparing for Federal Retirement

How prepared are federal employees for life after retirement? Find out in GBC's new research study.

The Future Is Now: Improving the Citizen Experience

The true innovators in government have one thing in common: an organization-wide passion for serving citizens what they need, when they need it, by whatever means are available. This is the citizen experience (CX), and it's what separates the best from the rest.

Data Doesn’t Have to be the Enemy

By looking at data the right way, you can make it work for you.