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The U.S. federal government, along with public sector leaders from around the world, is getting a crash course in governing in the midst of a global crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic...

Experience shows that change management is perhaps most important ingredient in implementing a successful transformation. Enterprise Resource Planning and major IT transformation projects bring multiple dimensions of change—technical, structural, and...

Change is inevitable, but you can often manage the pain that change causes. Consider these four recommendations.

Federal employees face many consequential changes happening fast. The pace of change can be overwhelming. Here are some warning signs of burnout to watch for.

Over the past few years, blockchain—a type of distributed ledger technology (DLT) that first became known in relation to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin—has become more and more mainstream, with government...

Supporting STEM education through the Congressional App Challenge

Teri Music, CGI Federal
Teri Musick

I have the privilege to work in my hometown of Lebanon, Virginia, at CGI’s Southwest Virginia Onshore Delivery Center. Many of my high school friends moved away from Lebanon, pursuing...

Simplify data complexity with modeling

digital insights practice
CGI’s Digital Insights Practice

Modeling allows organizations to develop low cost, persistent and surprisingly accurate environment-wide virtual worlds in which they can try out potential solutions at no risk.

4 pillars for treating data as an asset

US Expert Sumit Shah
Sumit Shah

An organization must treat data as an asset in actuality, not just as an ideal. If it does not, that plus a lack of ownership and purpose surrounding data-driven functions...

Passive RFID: The secret to accurate inventory

Jaime Showalter
Jaime Showalter

Passive RFID, an inexpensive and lightweight technology, makes it easy to track military equipment and other inventory items.

5 critical investments for the Army of the future

Dr. James Peake
James Peake

This year’s AUSA theme, “America’s Army: Ready Now, Investing in the Future,” sets an appropriate tone for the crossroads at which the Army sits today.