The Defense Department (DoD) is seeking to make history by choosing one vendor as the provider for its cloud computing network. But the story has had lots of twists and turns. What’s the latest for JEDI?
The L.A. County Office of the Assessor began an “Assessor-as-a-Service” program designed to help smaller counties’ assessor’s offices get to the cloud.
The cloud can help state and local agencies innovate and evolve by improving services at the same rate as any private company.
A federal cloud computing expert says that agencies should stop trying to make the technology meet the needs of their “average” employee.
Monitoring IT networks is critical for state and local governments that are modernizing their IT in order to coordinate actions and track their ownership of solutions.
In an exclusive interview with GovLoop, Matt Goodrich discussed FedRAMP’s progress, where it’s heading and what he wishes he would’ve done differently.
To maximize the potential of the cloud, state and local departments need to centrally manage their policies and procedures that should apply to all systems.
A new public sector workforce will usher in an era of citizen-first services, all supported by the cloud.
Modern technology can see through cameras, hear through microphones, feel through sensors and even think through artificial intelligence.
Shifting the focus to the speed of change when it comes to government IT these days is the first necessary step.