Agencies need the ability to provision cloud services quickly and manage those services with transparency and ease across multiple clouds.
With a pace-layered strategy for smarter deployments, innovative contracts for easier procurement and flexibility in managing networks, federal agencies can truly begin to tackle IT modernization.
Why does the government regularly commit to $200 million programs? The answer is due to risk aversion.
This past week, I sat down with Carissa Sacchetti, our new Incident Manager, to discuss her role and the department’s vision around incident management.
The call to reduce expenditures is a golden opportunity to strengthen the customer experience through creative modernization.
The administration is moving forward on several initiatives to accelerate IT modernization and bolster cybersecurity governmentwide, including updates to key metrics that govern how agencies secure their IT systems and new programs to recruit and retrain employees.
The only way for employees to get left behind is failure to embrace the change that comes with cloud. That’s why agencies need to position themselves to adapt for the long term.
The center would be a public-private partnership bringing together computer science, design and economics experts for brainstorming ideas for government.
The MGT Act created the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF), which offers agencies major project dollars with a catch – all the money must be repaid.
By taking a strategic approach to multi-cloud management, federal agencies can achieve success in three critical areas of cloud: security, visibility and automation.