Open source is increasingly seen as a valuable tool for the federal government, reducing duplicative work and maximizing available resources. To gauge current sentiments in open source, GBC polled a random sample of federal employees on their agency's interest in leveraging open source software.
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The past several years have seen unprecedented focus on mobility and wireless access across the federal government — and it's up to agencies to devise policies that marry state-of-the-art tools with robust data security. To explore how effectively agencies are accomplishing this goal, Government Business Council polled a random sample of 158 federal employees in March 2018.
The federal workforce increasingly depends on fast, uninterrupted access to work materials and information — so how effectively are organizations accommodating these needs? To answer this question, Government Business Council polled a random sample of 148 federal employees in March 2018.
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.
A new infographic by GBC explores the dark data dilemma in the federal government.
State and local government organizations are streamlining their enterprise operating systems (OS), and a recent GBC survey reveals ongoing progress associated with OS migration.
The transition to cloud applications comes in many forms. As more agencies move mission-critical functions away from on-premise data centers, navigating the 'how' is becoming increasingly critical.
In an effort to balance progress and security, state and local government organizations are increasingly turning their attention toward identity management.
State & local organizations are increasingly prioritizing robust digital infrastructure — but according to GBC’s August 2017 survey of government leaders, challenges still lie ahead.
NASCIO and Route Fifty asked federal, state, and local officials what they consider to be the most disruptive technology in government today. The findings may not be what you expect.