Many state and local government agencies are still working through the digital transformation. Modernizing financial management tools and adhering to budgetary constraints is a constant balancing act, and agency leaders are behind the reins of a quickly evolving landscape. What are the key lessons that state and local leaders have learned?
ALL INSIGHTS Report POSTS
GBC polled 141 state and local employees on the effectiveness of their agency's communication and collaboration tools. Click here to read the results.
GBC's latest issue brief examines cybersecurity in state electoral bodies — the top threats and mitigation measures, as well as recent efforts to raise operational visibility.
Are agencies embracing the digital customer experience (CX)? To find out, Government Business Council (GBC) recently polled a random sample of 212 federal employees.
To learn more about the difficulties some state and local leaders face in hiring, retaining, and equipping appropriately trained and educated personnel, GBC examined the public employee landscape.
Critical Priorities for Local Government: A Candid Survey of Local Government Officials and Agency Leaders (Report)
What are the biggest priorities for leaders in city and county government? Read this survey report from Route Fifty and Government Business Council (GBC) to find out.
GBC surveyed federal program managers at leading federal health agencies to identify challenges to program integrity in the mission space.
GBC polled federal employees on the challenges of data management in 2018.
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.
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?