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Government Investigative Agencies Blog

Monday, April 26, 2021

The government-wide Federal Employee Viewpoints Survey (FEVS) is still awaiting formal release by the Office of Personnel Management, but enough agencies have reported their individual results to recognize a pattern.  The biggest agencies are receiving low marks on the same items they did in previous years. According to FEDweek, some of the most negative responses…

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

If your investigative agency is looking for a new case management system, you probably already know how hard it is to put together a list of all the features it needs in order to fully support your team.  There are multiple user types, multiple case stages and multiple case outcomes – and they all need…

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Because government fraud investigations are handled differently from agency to agency, it’s difficult to find a piece of software that “checks all of the boxes” for a specific investigative team.  Consumer-grade case management isn’t configurable enough to handle all of the different paths a case could take on its way to closure.  On the other…

Monday, January 11, 2021

Most government agency investigative teams use software to track, manage and report on their cases.  Some of these systems are built in-house or designed by a business process software company. Others are built specifically for investigative case management.  While investigative-focused software is most often the best fit for the needs of government investigative agencies, each…

Monday, December 21, 2020

It’s been 20 years since Dan Erwin’s famous quote that “The best way to get management excited about a disaster plan is to burn down the building across the street.” Federal Inspectors General must feel at least a little bit of that frustration after the elaborate compromise of SolarWinds’ Orion system. While the fallout of…