Publications

Hit on craft breweries shows continuing impact of shutdown; confidence in government suffers

October 2, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

‘Off the charts’: White House turnover is breaking records

September 23, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

Report Examines Customer Experience With Eight Federal Services

October 16, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

Senate Passes Bipartisan Bill to Strengthen Transition Team Ethics Requirements

August 5, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

On Thursday the Senate passed a bipartisan bill that would clarify the duties of the General Services Administration during presidential changeovers as well as require presidential candidates to publicly release ethics plans for their transitions before the election. 

Agencies Need Tech-Savvy Feds to Address AI Challenges

August 25, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

Algorithmic bias, security and explainability are among the top issues the government must address as it hands over more responsibility to AI, according to a recent report.

Fed-up workers, repairs delayed, missed mortgage payments: Why the government shutdown never ended for some

July 27, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

On a cold morning last January, President Donald Trump declared at a hastily arranged news conference in the White House Rose Garden that a deal had been struck to end the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.