In September 2016, GovLoop and Apptio conducted a survey of 295 public-sector employees to gain insight into how federal agency IT managers are reporting out and communicating issues around FITARA improvements and IT investments.
Read through our infographic to see where, according to a GovLoop survey of 250 public sector employees, government is struggling in communicating IT costs; how an approach called Technology Business Management (TBM) can change that; and how these eorts can help agencies meet FITARA mandates.
Billions more could be saved, the report states, if agencies consolidated more federal data centers, better planned their cloud-based computing solutions, imposed stronger investment oversight of information technology operations and maintenance, and better managed their IT investment portfolios.
This quick resource guide will help you better understand this new type of geospatial analysis.
There are few things we do in our professional and personal lives today that aren’t supported by technology. We have devices and apps that track our appointments, our health and our happiness. At work, routine tasks are becoming automated, and government is working to adopt more modern technology to support its employees and the citizens… Read more »
For agencies that have embraced cloud computing, the ability to buy access to software and hardware as a service has and continues to transform the way government operates. But as the U.S. General Services Administration has noted, “the customer journey down the path [to cloud] can be fraught with lack of information, and there are a… Read more »
GovLoop and Integrity Management Consulting are pleased to present a new guide entitled, “Addressing the Complex Challenges of Today’s Acquisition Professional.” From generating requirements, to planning, obtaining and sustaining capabilities, the acquisition process, if implemented effectively, can contribute significantly to accomplishing an agency’s mission more efficiently.