GBC interviews federal, state, and local technology leaders on the shifting role of cloud in government.
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The White House has pursued aggressive cyber policy in the past year aimed at minimizing network vulnerabilities, but a series of challenges threaten to wind back the clock, placing agency data and their devices in the line of fire.
It's been 6 years since the White House announced its Federal Cloud Computing Strategy, challenging agencies to adopt a "Cloud-First" policy in their IT investments. But did it have the sweeping effect its authors intended? GBC investigates.
Discover the key foundations underlying the ongoing process of federal IT digitization.
GBC released a series of flash polls in July 2016 exploring the data explosion's impact on state and local government.
A March 2016 Government Business Council study explores the challenges of federal retirement.
According to a new Government Business Council report, federal agencies have substantial room for improvement when it comes to workforce planning and management.
As Inauguration Day looms, a majority of federal respondents disapprove of Donald Trump's handling of the transition process and consider his business relationships to pose a conflict of interest, according to an independent Government Business Council / Government Executive poll released on January 18, 2017.
The federal government is transforming the way it delivers digital services to citizens.
IT applications power the federal government — so what happens when they go down? In order to better understand the current state of workplace application performance, GBC launched in-depth research study of federal employees across more than 30 defense and civilian agencies.