(delete)Remote Work and Ransomware - Where We Are and What We’ve Learned

Join GCN as we cover remote work and ransomware - where we are now, what we’ve learned, and what experts anticipate from the future.

State and Local Public Safety Trends

<p> <style type="text/css"><!--br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> </style> States and localities look at new approaches to solve pressing public safety challenges.</p>

Four Strategies for Transforming the Federal Customer Experience

<p>A broad set of integrated capabilities, across a secure cloud platform, is required to provide the most advanced services roadmap for transforming the federal services experience and implementing a complete digital transformation in your agency.</p>

How to Enhance Government Services with Microsoft Dynamics 365

<p>Do more with less by connecting siloed data sets and using the power of tools like AI to turn data into actionable insights. Modernize systems and allow employees access to on-the-go tools that are safe and secure to help them do their jobs more effectively and efficiently.</p>

Data Lessons From Covid

<p> <style type="text/css"><!--br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> </style> The pandemic opened up new avenues for data collection, analysis and presentation. GCN looks at how state and local governments used maps and dashboards to convey critical information.</p>

Forecasting The Future of Federal Cybersecurity

Discussing the Executive Order’s Effect on Public & Private Sector Partnerships in Cybersecurity

Micro-Segmentation in Zero Trust Strategies

A Poll of Government Officials on How Organizations are Approaching Micro-Segmentation

Bringing Data-Driven Government to Life

<p>Introducing Bringing Data-Driven Government to Life, a podcast produced by GovExec 360&#39;s Studio2G in collaboration with IBM and Presidio Federal, where we take a look at how agencies can incorporate data into their operations to inform mission success.</p>

Mattermost Government Solutions Guide: Bringing modern collaboration to governments around the globe

<p>Government agencies are under constant pressure to do more with less. Mission-oriented organizations need innovative ideas, teamwork, and alignment around shared goals.<br /> <br /> Mattermost helps deliver better government services by connecting people and workflows to drive digital operations.<br /> <br /> Download this guide to learn:</p> <ul> <li>Why governments worldwide trust Mattermost to help them digitize operations</li> <li>How Mattermost gives your organization a single, unified platform for modern collaboration</li> <li>How Mattermost helps teams meet strict security, privacy, and compliance requirements</li> </ul>

Okta Identity Cloud: For Everyone Who Supports the DoD

<p>Okta understands the DoD&rsquo;s unique IAM requirements. Okta solutions integrate<br /> quickly and complement existing identity applications. With Okta Identity Cloud, the<br /> DoD can truly improve the experience of its entire community while also keeping its<br /> their networks secure.</p> <p>Download the whitepaper to learn more.</p>

Compliance at the Speed of Digital Transformation

<p></p> <p>Harnessing the power of technology to improve government is the heart of innovation. That means that for the Federal government, digital transformation is at the center of most every initiative &mdash; whether it&rsquo;s elevating mission readiness, improving the customer experience, or protecting data.</p> <p>Compliance has become the equal and opposite force to digital transformation. Download this white paper to learn more on how agencies can&nbsp;remove the friction between compliance and digital transformation.</p>

Built to Last: A Sustainable Infrastructure Primer for Local Governments

<p>Investment in sustainable infrastructure can be foundational for local economies of all sizes to ensure a resilient, equitable economic recovery and future growth. Not only will it bring additional federal funds to the table for critical upgrades to public buildings and utilities, but it can also advance other priorities around growth, from creating new revenue streams and budget stability to ensuring operational resiliency of essential public services.</p> <p></p> <p>This eBook outlines key opportunities for infrastructure improvement.</p>

Flash Poll: Cloud Environment

<p>As organizations become more mature in the cloud, officials are faced with applications/workloads they think may not be appropriate or work better on-premises. Between April and May 2022, Government Business Council (GBC) surveyed 271 federal civilian and defense employees involved in IT programs and policies in their organization.</p>

What's Next for Service Delivery

<p> <style type="text/css"><!--br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> </style> Agencies are on task to fulfill the particulars of President Biden&#39;s Executive Order on CX. This special report looks at how federal civilian agencies are upping their service delivery game.</p>

Enterprise Business Capabilities Series: Postmodern ERP as the New Normal

<p>U.S. government agencies often must make complex decisions based on clean, consistent, and often static data to manage their missions efficiently and effectively. Usually, this data is gathered from multiple sources, and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are at the center of those processes, encompassing financial, supply chain, and human resource functions.</p>

A Government Contractor’s Book of Best Practices

<p>We find that a number of best practices tend to surface from Trailblazer&rsquo;s collective experience with the cloud. In this eBook, we&#39;ve captured best practices in a format that makes the perfect &ldquo;to-do&rdquo; list for government contractors looking to modernize services, transform the mission, and meet the demands of today&rsquo;s digital era. Learn how Trailblazers in the government contracting community have used technology to rapidly and securely modernize their service delivery to support employees and customers to achieve mission success.</p>

Reimagine the Employee Experience: A Guide for Public Sector Organizations

<h2>The race for talent has only just begun; with an increasing number of open positions, government executives will face unprecedented pressure to attract candidates to the workforce. So, how do you appeal to and retain a candidate that is in high demand, in a competitive market, with limited resources and governmental constraints?</h2>

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