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What the MGT Act Means for Your Agency's IT

The Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act was signed into law on December 12, 2017, and agency officials are considering other options outside of migrating their systems to the cloud.

Maximizing Mission Integrity: A Survey of Program Officers at Federal Health Agencies

GBC surveyed federal program managers at leading federal health agencies to identify challenges to program integrity in the mission space.

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Maximizing Mission Integrity

Federal health agencies must address program vulnerabilities to ensure integrity and reduce risk.

Infographic: Shedding Light on Invisible Data

A new infographic by GBC explores the dark data dilemma in the federal government.

Flash Poll: Dominion Over Data

GBC polled federal employees on the challenges of data management in 2018.

Charting the Course: Evaluating Retirement Preparedness in the DoD

The journey to retirement can be stressful when it comes to financial planning. GBC surveyed members of the defense community to identify challenges in retirement and long-term care planning.

The Cost of Care: Top Five Challenges for State and Local Health and Human Services Leaders

Health and human services officials oversee some of the largest and most critical functions of state and local government. As budgets, skills gaps, and technological considerations continue to create challenges, what can agency leaders do to prepare for tomorrow?

The Future of Government Wireless Networks

The federal wireless onramp is behind schedule for required maintenance. The right technology can give federal agencies a wireless network second to none, both quickly and economically.

The Dynamic Threat: Government Tactics Must Evolve to Combat the Insider Threat

Insider threats do not discriminate. From federal government to state and local agencies, no organization that places its personnel in positions of trust is immune to an attack from within.