GBC sits down with chief procurement officers to ask the critical question: is cooperative purchasing the key to unlocking state innovation?
From teleconsulations to fitness trackers, health insurance agencies are implementing new technologies to make healthcare services more accessible and agile.
In an effort to balance progress and security, state and local government organizations are increasingly turning their attention toward identity management.
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Do managers have what they need to maintain operational excellence in spite of fiscal constraints and greater scrutiny from lawmakers and citizens? GBC's recent flash poll of federal employees takes a closer look.
State & local organizations are increasingly prioritizing robust digital infrastructure — but according to GBC’s August 2017 survey of government leaders, challenges still lie ahead.
NASCIO and Route Fifty asked federal, state, and local officials what they consider to be the most disruptive technology in government today. The findings may not be what you expect.
These technology trends have resulted in better customer experiences, greater efficiencies, and a proliferation of new business models that federal agencies can leverage to improve and modernize.
The ability to preserve communications and assignments across multiple technologies is increasingly essential in the work environment. But do government employees feel current devices enable such collaborative experiences? GBC takes a closer look.