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Mark Lee

Manager of Research & Strategic Insights, Government Business Council Mark Lee Mark Lee is Manager of Research & Strategic Insights with Government Business Council, the research division of Government Executive Media Group. Prior to his work with GBC, Mark worked in strategy and management consulting, conducting market analysis on federal budget and agency spending trends. Mark holds a Business Administration degree from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Top 5 Findings: Survey Finds Federal Data Management to Be Lacking

August 25, 2017 In spite of the the federal government's attempts to improve data management practices, agencies are still falling behind. A recent GBC survey reveals the gaps and challenges that lie ahead, offering recommendations on what organizations can do to get ahead of the data curve. Download this GBC Issue Brief to...

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

July 5, 2017 Federal agencies face rising pressure to meet the needs of employees and citizens. At the same time, the looming threat of cyber attacks from a wide range of actors complicates efforts to open information and data-sharing capabilities. How can agencies proceed? Download this GBC Issue Brief to learn more about:...

FITARA: The Path Forward

February 19, 2016 Enacted by Congress on December 19, 2014, the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) introduced several measures designed to streamline federal IT acquisition and empower technology leaders in government. To assess the perceptions, attitudes, and experiences of federal leaders regarding FITARA and federal technology change, GBC conducted a research...

Government Executive 2016 Presidential Poll: January 27, 2015

January 27, 2016 As reported exclusively by Government Executive. Donald Trump continues to hold a commanding lead in the GOP primary field among federal government employees, according to an independent Government Business Council / GovExec.com poll released on January 27, 2016. Trump receives 32% of the vote from feds who identify as Republican...

Duty of Care in Federal Agencies

November 5, 2015 Federal employees who travel or work remotely are exposed to a host of potential risks and challenges, and while other countries have established legal obligations for employers to ensure safety, federal agencies in the United States have yet to implement comprehensive duty of care policies to protect employees and mitigate...

Route Fifty: 2016 Top Management Challenges for State & Local Government - Complete Findings

October 21, 2015 As reported exclusively by Route Fifty. To better understand the major management challenges facing state and local government agencies, Route Fifty and Government Business Council launched a nationwide survey in October 2015. The study covers topics in six major management areas, ranked and evaluated by 928 public sector respondents who...

Government Executive 2016 Presidential Poll: August 13, 2015

August 13, 2015 As reported exclusively by Government Executive. Donald Trump leads the Republican primary field among federal employees, according to an independent Government Business Council / GovExec.com poll released on August 13. Trump receives 20% of the vote from feds who identify as Republicans or Republican-leaning Independents. He is followed in the...

3 in 4 Government Employees Feel Misunderstood

May 14, 2015 Click here to download this GBC infographic Click here to read the full report

Evolving Perceptions About Diversity and Inclusion

May 14, 2015 The federal workforce is becoming increasingly diverse, but attitudes and opinions still vary widely on the effectiveness of diversity and inclusion (D&I) programs. In a recent Government Business Council and Monster Government Solutions research survey of 750 federal leaders, nearly three fourths report having felt misunderstood in the workplace due...

Delivering on Digital Government

April 14, 2015 Over the past three years, federal agencies have been developing and implementing technologies aiming to encourage collaboration within and across federal organizations, as well as to better the quality of service that government agencies provide to citizens, businesses, and others they serve. GBC's recent survey of nearly 400 senior-level federal...