Government agencies own a mountain of information. But, can they find what they need when they need it? The stakes are high – government productivity and service efficiency are on the line.
MeriTalk surveyed 300 Federal employees to investigate if and how they find the documents they need, and the role that online file search plays in their workday.
The report looks at Feds' ability to easily – or not so easily – locate and access information in their internal databases and quantifies the time and money agencies spend searching for information they already own.
Download the Uncle Sam's Lost and Found: $15.4 Billion report to gain new perspective on:
- How much time Federal employees spend daily searching for critical information
- The true cost to taxpayers
- Organizational hurdles
- Advice from the front lines
On December 9, 2010 MeriTalk hosted a Webinar to review the Uncle Sam's Lost and Found: $15.4 study findings. Featured speakers included:
- Jim Helou, Vice President, DLT Solutions
- Paul Wester, Director of Modern Records Programs, National Archives and Records Administration
Click here to view the press release
Click here to view the media coverage