Too much data is often a deterrence for agencies making the mission of integrating info in a cloud environment even more important.
DoD releases eight questions and answers on highly-anticipated cloud project, most of which amount to “stay tuned.”
The Navy wants to use its multibillion dollar NGEN recompetition to reenginner its networks for more cloud-like services.
The White House plans to give IT modernization efforts a boost through Technology Business Management (TBM) standards.
Matt Milone, director of Federal Operations at Complete Discovery Source, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how his company can help federal agencies produce specific requested documents in a timely manner. February 20, 2018
Some technology leaders at the Veterans Affairs Department think it might be time to take a step back and evaluate new innovations more dispassionately.
Dorothy Aronson, the chief information officer of the NSF, said a new user interface for its grants application system will come online in April.
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.
Stanley Tyliszczak, staff vice president for Technology Integration and chief engineer within General Dynamics Information Technology’s Chief Technology Office, discusses IT modernization and strategies to meet the evolving IT needs in the federal market. February 20, 2018
Agriculture Department CIO Gary Washington provides more details on its plans across the five Centers of Excellence areas.
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.
James Geurts, the new assistant secretary of the Navy for research, development and acquisition believes the Navy can move faster than initially planned in its “cloud first” strategy.
The Pentagon awards a contract to REAN Cloud that could be worth up to $950 million while also facing a protest of a supporter services contract.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report for the Government Accountability Office critiqued the Homeland Security Department’s implementation of the Cybersecurity Workforce Assessment Act.