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  • 2014 Deloitte-NASCIO cybersecurity study – State governments at risk: Time to move forward
    Results of the 2014 Deloitte-NASCIO Cybersecurity Study confirm the growing importance of cybersecurity for states. Read the report for in-depth analysis and ideas for moving forward around four key themes: maturing role of the CISO; continuing budget-strategy disconnect; ongoing cyber complexity challenge; and the growing talent crisis.
  • Tech Trends 2014: A public sector perspective
    This year’s theme, Inspiring Disruption, discusses the potential for emerging technologies to reshape how work gets done, enhance services to citizens and drive innovation.
  • 2014 Outlook on State Government
    States have shown their ability to overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges. They have operated under extreme financial strain and managed to balance their budgets. They have developed creative strategies to bring more economic development opportunities to their states. Innovation is not new to government, but it is also something that needs to constantly be fostered.
  • Government meets its mobile future: Seven essential strategies for state leaders
    This new report provides insights and guidelines for state leaders as they consider implementing mobile technology.
  • Deloitte-NASCIO Cybersecurity Study
    The second biennial Deloitte-National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) Cybersecurity Study, conducted in the summer of 2012, assessed the security of state digital data and cyber assets administered by state chief information security officers (CISOs). CISOs from 48 states, and two US territories, participated in the survey.
  • Gov on the go: Boosting public sector productivity by going mobile
    This Deloitte Research study discusses how mobile technology can help close the productivity gap between the public and private sectors.
  • Energy independence and security: A reality check
    While U.S. energy independence may be unattainable in the foreseeable future, energy security is a realistic and achievable goal. Gain insights from this new Deloitte University Press report.
  • No more ugly data
    Designing analytics user interfaces for government decision-makers.
  • Caught in the middle
    How government contractors—and other businesses—can use analytics to address improper payment risk across the value chain.
  • Higher Education: Intelligent business and technology solutions
    Deloitte offers a wide range of services to help intuitions of higher education manage today’s many challenges.
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