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Daniel Thomas

Research Analyst, Government Business Council Daniel Thomas is a research analyst at Government Business Council, where he writes about defense and technology issues affecting the government. He holds a master's degree in linguistics from University of York and a bachelor's degree in English from Birmingham-Southern College.
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Enhancing Government Readiness: The Next Generation of Enterprise Asset Management

November 7, 2018 Poor management of government resources and personnel can have devastating consequences on the environment, economy, and -- most importantly -- human life. Recent incidents underscore the need for enterprise asset management (EAM), a suite of software that can help raise visibility and prevent disruption before it takes place. Download this...

Flash Poll: An Eye Towards Efficiency

November 7, 2018 The current administration has pushed for greater efficiency in how the federal government manages its most important assets. But a laundry list of challenges makes it increasingly difficult to manage such assets effectively. Do federal respondents believe it's time for a change? Download this GBC Flash Poll to learn: Federal...

Access Denied: Threats to Endpoint Security in the Federal Government

November 7, 2018 The number of device endpoints connecting federal employees to agency networks has grown at astonishing rates in recent years. Despite opening greater levels of mission mobility, the spike in endpoints has revealed gaps in conventional IT management and security practices. Download this GBC Issue Brief to learn more about: Endpoint...

Automating Intelligence

November 1, 2018 Click here to download the full, 2-page report.

Overcoming Data Barriers

October 23, 2018 Click here to download the full, 2-page report.

Harnessing Open Source for Agile Government

August 28, 2018 Click here to download the infographic.

Securing the Vote: Safeguarding America's Electoral Infrastructure

August 17, 2018 Across states and municipalities, the core infrastructure enabling administration, storage, and transfer of electoral information is either broken or nearing obsolescence. Unless officials shore up the cybersecurity of these systems immediately, adversaries will continue to exploit the advantage and undermine faith in core democratic processes. Download this GBC Issue Brief...

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

June 20, 2018 In March 2018, GBC surveyed over 200 program and project managers in the nation's largest health agencies. This report features their candid assessments of the top challenges and trends affecting government healthcare and integrity of health programs. Download this GBC Insight Report to learn: What the leaders think: all respondents...

Flash Poll: Dominion Over Data

June 14, 2018 Federal agencies collect more data today than ever before, and managing it effectively can be like navigating a minefield. To find out whether and how agencies are resolving these challenges, Government Business Council (GBC) polled a random sample of 220 federal employees in April 2018. Download this GBC Flash Poll...

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

May 14, 2018 Unless government agencies strive to understand the holistic profiles and behavioral risk patterns in their workforce, they will never be able to stay ahead of the deliberate attacks from within. In a new issue brief, GBC explores the types of motivations and common indicators of insider threats, and what agencies...