The Navy’s eight new cloud “brokers” will mostly be in charge of setting their applications up for success, with strict oversight from Navy IT leaders.
Too much data is often a deterrence for agencies making the mission of integrating info in a cloud environment even more important.
DoD’s Cloud Executive Steering Group isn’t the only organization concerned with making classified capabilities available in the commercial cloud. Three other options should be available by the end of this year.
ALTESS, an Army-operated cloud environment, saw its largest growth ever over the past year as data center closures forces legacy applications to new homes.
NIH is working with industry on a project in the cloud to host its large data sets and make them more accessible to researchers
Keith Johnson, chief technology officer and chief engineer for Leidos’ Defense and Intelligence Group joined Federal News Radio to share insights in the areas of cost, analysis and user experience in the cloud.
DoD’s next moves toward cloud computing are also likely to demand a broader rethinking of its approach to network security and identity management.
The expansion of biometrics is all about trade offs between three categories: what you know, what you have and what you are.
The Defense Department is experimenting with biometrics to control physical access, while improving the technology’s accuracy and increasing mobility.
The Veterans Affairs Choice Program is still working to improve wait times at VA facilities and Congress remains deadlocked over a long-term funding for the program, but Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.), head of the House committee that oversees VA, insists things are getting better.
USPS using new strategies to ensure the right packages are delivered to the right locations by the right people at the right time.
Kevin Cunningham, chief strategy officer and founder of SailPoint, suggested that a comprehensive identity management system allows for granular control of access to critical information.
The Food and Drug Administration, like many federal agencies, is working toward more efficient data optimization and a secure cloud strategy.
Johnson Joy, the chief information officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, said he wants to move the agency to the cloud, update its code, and replace desktops with laptops, among other things.