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Government Investigative Agencies Blog

Saturday, February 15, 2020

Of all the controversies government agencies would like to avoid, election interference is pretty high on the list.  Citizens expect agency leadership to have a political agenda; that’s why they were put in place.  But when the civil service seems to be backing one side or the other, that leads to no-win situations.  The candidate…

Friday, January 31, 2020

Whether you’re trying to improve the security posture of the agency you oversee or your own employees, technology is a point of concern for government investigative teams.  That’s because it’s a major vulnerability for government agencies.  There are plenty of reasons.  Government agencies tend to have large amounts of data on their citizens or businesses…

Friday, January 17, 2020

Every day, our software developers, implementers, and customer support teams come to work armed with new ideas to improve investigators’ productivity.  One of the most frustrating stories we hear from investigative teams is that they’ve recently entered into a contract to procure case management software, and they can already tell that it’s going to be…

Monday, December 30, 2019

With the year coming to an end, it’s time to review some of the top blogs of the year.  The political climate has made this a tough year for public servants in general but especially for investigators. Our two most popular blogs were centered around keeping morale high.  There were several other popular topics, however,…

Monday, December 9, 2019

In the world of government investigations, the biggest headlines always come from big-dollar or big-name corruption.  A corruption scandal can bring an obscure agency to the front pages of the news.  It’s often not a comfortable place to be for investigators accustomed to working under the radar, but it does help the public to remember…