GBC polled 141 federal employees on the prevalence of agile software development within their organizations, as well as its benefits and challenges. Click here to read the results.
On December 27-28, 2018 and January 14, 2019, Government Business Council (GBC) and GovExec.com partnered to survey federal employees about the government shutdown and President Trumps' proposal for wall funding. The data tell a nuanced story about the federal workforce.
Government Business Council surveyed nearly 500 federal employees on the subject of intelligent technologies in the workforce. Click here to learn more.
GBC polled 220 federal and defense employees on their motivations for migrating to cloud and the obstacles to doing so. Click here to read the results.
New technologies and markets are delivering both innovation and disruption to communities and states. Many agencies are still working to adapt to the new regulations stemming from these emerging industries.
When an emergency hits, communities must come together to adequately respond to and transition out of catastrophe. Ensuring a timely and effective response requires a whole-of-government effort — including teams on the front lines of digital service delivery.
On January 14, 2019, Government Business Council (GBC) and GovExec.com issued the second poll in a survey series assessing attitudes and opinions about the ongoing government shutdown among federal government employees.
On December 27-28, 2018, Government Business Council (GBC) and GovExec.com fielded a survey assessing attitudes and opinions about the ongoing government shutdown among federal government employees.
The government has increasingly strict standards for securing mobile devices, but a recent poll of federal employees reveals notable skepticism regarding such security. View Government Business Council's latest infographic to learn more.
GBC polled more than 100 federal employees on their agency's artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities. Click here to learn what we found.
GBC polled 306 government employees on the prevalence and scope of mobile threats within their organizations. Click here to read the results.