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Seamus Daniels

Research Analyst, Government Business Council Seamus Daniels is a research analyst at Government Business Council, where he writes on defense, national security, and technology policy. He holds a degree from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
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Modernizing IT for Mission Success: Surveying Priorities and Challenges at the Tactical Edge

April 19, 2017 The federal government faces a rapidly evolving IT environment. What priorities are federal agencies undertaking and what are the primary challenges they face? How can departments such as DoD tackle these objectives while deploying IT in crisis environments? GBC's in-depth research study of federal and defense leaders surveys agencies' greatest...

Top 5 Foundations of Federal IT Digitization

February 1, 2017 The ongoing digitization of federal IT continues as new leadership takes control of the government's agencies and departments. While IT managers still face the protracted process of digitization, agencies can accelerate the transformation of their systems and services by considering the core foundations underlying digitization. Download this GBC Issue Brief...

Government Executive 2016 Presidential Poll: Post-Election

January 18, 2017 As reported exclusively by Government Executive. A majority of federal employees voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential Election, according to an independent Government Business Council / GovExec.com poll released on January 18, 2017. 62 percent of respondents chose Clinton compared to 28 percent who voted for the winner,...

Supply Chain Insecurity: Managing Risks to the Federal IT Supply Chain

November 1, 2016 Federal organizations rely on a vast ecosystem of organizations, individuals, and resources to manage state-of-the-art IT tools and systems. Federal IT supply chains have grown increasingly complex in recent years, leaving products vulnerable to a multitude of security risks. This issue brief explores the security challenges facing the federal IT...

Flash Poll: Risks to the Federal IT Supply Chain

October 24, 2016 As federal organizations look to adopt the most state-of-the-art IT tools and technologies, federal IT supply chains have grown more complex and decentralized. Suppliers within the chain itself have multiplied and become part of a global system. As a result, government agencies are increasingly vulnerable to a variety of security...

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