To better understand the priorities and perceptions of public sector leaders, the Government Business Council (GBC) launched an in-depth study evaluating the brands of organizations in government.
Earlier this year, 300 marketing managers of Canada’s public sector were invited to complete an anonymous survey on their overall experiences and expectations as marketing and communications professionals in government.
Heightened cybersecurity risks and growing complexities in technology have led to increased use of managed services providers (MSPs).
Government websites receive thousands of visitors a day in search of information that can help citizens’ daily lives. Since 1998, the number of visits to Canada’s Government Statistics site has increased every year, with more than 115 million page views in 2013.
Mobile access is quickly becoming the primary way over 93 million U.S. citizens get online. Three in five Americans use smartphones to access the internet, and one in three of them has no other way of getting online.
While Circular A-130 may sound like a robot from Star Wars, the reality is that it has a significant impact on the way the federal government manages, protects and shares information.