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The Top 3 Challenges Limiting Mobility in the Federal Workplace

Since the 2012 Digital Government Strategy, mobile technology has become an integral part of government-wide efforts to enhance responsiveness, promote innovative problem-solving, and engage and serve the American public. However, to realize the benefits of mobile technology, federal agencies will need to overcome serious obstacles ranging from threats to the security of government data, to the inability to take on new IT expenditures. 

Download this GBC Issue Brief to learn:

  • The technological, cultural, and budgetary challenges that limit mobility in the federal workplace
  • The top five security threats to your agency’s mobile data
  • Ways to give your workforce more flexibility without sacrificing security

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