At a time when federal agencies face looming budget cuts, workforce reductions, and escalating pressure by lawmakers to meet public demands, the CIA's technological leap forward is a vivid illustration of one agency bucking the status quo and rising to the challenge.
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Financial stakeholders in the federal government face escalating pressure to demonstrate accountability and transparency as stewards of taxpayers’ funds. It’s worth taking a step back and asking the stakeholders themselves: what would they most like to see happen in the next decade? A recent GBC flash poll looks closer.
On June 6, 2017, the Government Intelligent Automation Forum united some of the top technology executives in government under one roof. Here's what GBC learned.
Organizations need proper training programs to ensure they provide services at a consistently high quality.
GBC's new survey reveals what federal employees really think about long term care insurance.
Federal agencies perform a wide range of missions in challenging environments. Partnering with professional companies to handle the job of managing infrastructure allows agencies to focus on their mission without distraction.
GBC surveys federal stakeholders and program managers on current health of financial systems.
The supply chain your organization relies on to deliver IT systems and tools is at risk. New technologies —while helpful for your organization— have made IT supply chains increasingly diverse and decentralized, leaving them more vulnerable to threats.
Many federal systems aren't going to the cloud. Why not? GBC takes a closer look.
Improper payments in the federal government in 2015 totaled $137 billion, a $12 billion spike over the previous year. But according to a recent GBC poll, nearly half of federal employees think their agency is competent at preventing fraud and abuse.