Rina Li

Senior Research Analyst, Government Business Council Rina Li is Senior Research Analyst at Government Business Council, where she writes and produces content on federal, defense, and tech topics. She holds a degree in International Politics and Security Studies from Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service.
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Flash Poll: Vigilance in the Age of Mobility

April 26, 2018 Agency leaders, IT managers, and federal workers across functions are familiar with IT security challenges. The federal government handles highly sensitive data, and its use of devices must reflect this reality. Still, when new technology is introduced into the mix, security efforts can be strained. GBC took the opportunity to...

Flash Poll: Government on the Go

April 26, 2018 The modern worker is equally comfortable at a stationery desk, moving around the workplace, and off-site during remote work and travel-based assignments. One of the key mechanisms that makes this possible is device mobility — that is, employees' ability to access and manipulate information using networked-enabled tools other than desktop...

Rethinking Government: Federal Shared Services & Cloud Adoption

March 9, 2018 The federal government has its sights set on large-scale IT modernization — so how successful have organizations been in fulfilling this vision? To answer this question, Government Business Council launched an in-depth research study in December 2017. Download this GBC Survey Report to learn about: Federal employees' satisfaction with agency...

Digital Briefing Center: Intelligent Automation

March 7, 2018 Welcome to GBC’s Intelligent Automation Digital Briefing Center, where we’ll explore how federal, state, and local organizations are harnessing AI-driven automation to achieve new heights in efficiency, productivity, and citizen service. View the full report

CX2: The Next Generation of Citizen Engagement

March 6, 2018 Government's core ethos is to serve the people — and in this day and age, that means pursuing ever more innovative means of ensuring secure, high-quality interactions with citizens. To explore how federal organizations are seeking to bolster citizen experience, GBC launched an in-depth research study. View the full report

Flash Poll: The Future of Collaboration

January 30, 2018 The federal government’s effectiveness depends on those who carry out its mission — and in order to do their jobs, federal employees need to have access to state-of-the-art collaboration technologies. To learn about the current state of federal IT tools, GBC polled a random sample of 143 federal employees in...

Charting State & Local Government's OS Migration Journey

January 30, 2018 Click here to download the infographic (PDF)

Government Executive 2018 Presidential Poll: January 8, 2018

January 16, 2018 As reported exclusively by Government Executive. After one year in office, President Trump remains unpopular with the majority of the federal workforce, according to an independent Government Business Council / poll released on January 8, 2018. 38% of respondents approve of the way Donald Trump is handling his job...

Beyond the Information Age: Conversations with Federal Technology Leaders on Data Governance

December 15, 2017 We’ve reached an era of unprecedented data growth, and its arrival heralds both daunting challenges and stunning possibilities: a realm of raw, untapped potential that the federal government has only begun to explore. To find out how agencies are governing the enormous volumes of data at their disposal, Government Business...

Building a Brave New World: Conversations with Federal Leaders on Cybersecurity

November 10, 2017 The past several years have seen the federal government redoubling its efforts to protect enterprise data. To explore how organizations are navigating an increasingly complex threat environment, Government Business Council interviewed federal technology leaders on ongoing cybersecurity priorities, pitfalls, and considerations. Download this GBC Expert Dialogues to learn about: Ongoing...