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ForeSee Report Shows High Public Satisfaction With Digital Govt; Dave Lewan Comments

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ForeSee has issued a new report that shows public satisfaction with the government’s digital services has reached a level higher than or comparable to private sector customer satisfaction. The 50th E-Government Satisfaction Index used ratings from approximately 185,000 respondents of 101 federal websites based on a 100-point scale of user experience and satisfaction, ForeSee …

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Army Explores Strategies, Challenges for Future Force Development

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The U.S. Army has conducted a study of emerging operational, strategic and tactical challenges as the military service aims to identify methods to prevent overmatch by adversaries through 2025 and beyond, the Army News Service reported Monday. David Vergun writes Brig. Gen. Lee Quintas, director of the Army Capabilities Integration Center’s concept development …

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Study: Joint US-China Aviation Projects Prone to Cyberespionage

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A study has found that Sino-American aerospace operations are twice as likely to be hit by a cyber attack than companies with sole U.S. interest, Nextgov reported Wednesday. Aliya Sternstein writes the draft report co-authored by cyberwarfare researcher Jeff Carr, founder of security consultancy Taia Global, will be presented to …

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Study: Telework Used by 38% of the Federal Workforce in 2013

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A study by the Transportation Planning Board says federal agencies have increased telework from 16% in 2007 to 38% in 2013, NextGov reports Friday. Brittany Ballenstedt writes that 27% of the DC regional workforce reported working remotely in 2013. While the federal government took the top spot for teleworking this …

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