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.
IoT is the network of physical objects that can connect and exchange data, providing near limitless possibilities for new programs.
These three quick win approaches will help move your agency into a modern infrastructure for the future.
Conversations around cloud computing have shifted from being purely cost-driven to now focusing on how the cloud and managed services help enable agencies’ missions.
Richard Beutel was one of the authors behind last year’s Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act and its related Technology Modernization Fund (TMF).
Government IT leaders know that efficient data backup and recovery are integral to mission success. But there are a few challenges that agencies have to overcome if they’re really going to secure and access their data.