The collective effort to revamp 9-1-1 across the country now hinges on whether public safety answering points can adapt to the digital demands of the 21st century.
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From Volume To Value: UK's NHS Digital Provides U.S. Healthcare Agencies A Roadmap For Value-Based Payment Models
As American health agencies turn to care models that incentivize better patient outcomes, it's imperative they understand the journey is not devoid of risk.
Life After the Big Bang: Exploring Modular, Agile Paths Toward Health and Human Services Modernization
GBC's 2016 study explores the shifting realm of state and local HHS systems modernization through a series of interviews with experts.
Federal organizations rely on increasingly complex IT supply chains to manage state-of-the-art tools and systems, leaving products and information vulnerable to a multitude of security risks. This issue brief explores the security challenges facing the federal IT supply chain and makes recommendations for organizations seeking to reduce such risks.
State and local governments face a multitude of cybersecurity threats unique to their regional and municipal oversight. A new survey report conducted by GBC explores these threats and what agencies nationwide are taking to stop them.
State and local governments increasingly find themselves pitted against a multitude of cyber threats unique to their regional and municipal oversight.
With just 10 days left before Election Day, Hillary Clinton has cemented her lead over Donald Trump among federal employees, according to an independent Government Business Council / Government Executive poll released on October 28, 2016.
Federal leaders weigh in on the state of information security.
President Obama’s 2011 Executive Order launched a nationwide effort to curtail waste, fraud, and improper payments across federal, state, and local governments. To better understand how federal, state, and local government leaders assess their organization’s fraud management capabilities, GBC recently deployed a survey to 340 federal leaders.
As troubling as a cyber attack from the outside can be, government agencies are looking to double down on what is potentially an even greater risk to their information and security: the insider threat.