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Daniel Thomas

Research Analyst, Government Business Council Daniel Thomas is a research analyst at Government Business Council, where he writes about defense and technology issues affecting the government. He holds a master's degree in linguistics from University of York and a bachelor's degree in English from Birmingham-Southern College.
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Cultivating Digital Services in the Federal Landscape

July 25, 2016 The digital services landscape is ripe for change. Recent successes at 18F and U.S. Digital Services have presented agencies with new ways to serve the American public like never before. However, a number of challenges threaten to undo this new renaissance in digital services. Download this GBC Issue Brief to...

Want To Manage Risks? Let The Experts Educate

July 21, 2016 In government, there are few things more devastating than when an avoidable risk becomes an unavoidable reality. Whether it’s the loss of personally identifiable information linked to 22 million federal employees, unintentional mishandling of data by well-intentioned officers, or neglecting to properly vet contractor-provisioned firewalls for vulnerabilities, the last several...

Federal Digital Services Ready to Embrace the End User

June 15, 2016 As the government continues to modernize its IT infrastructures through agile development practices, a paradigm shift is underway that increasingly places end-user needs front and center in the decision-making process. Recent initiatives by U.S Digital Services (USDS) and 18F, which have revamped several agency websites with crisper interfaces and user-friendly...

GBC Poll Reveals Disconnect Within Government Contracting Organizations

May 2, 2016 Government contractors, take heed. With a series of multi-billion dollar mergers and acquisitions shaking up the government services industry, the contracting landscape has never been more competitive. 2016 is already shaping up to be a major year for federal IT contract vehicles, as a mix of seasoned, emerging, and newly...