As another year comes to an end, it’s time to celebrate the top successes achieved by U.S. government agencies in 2016.
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The county provisions and manages 99 percent of all its infrastructure in-house. Staff are trained and are experienced with managing most of the county’s IT environment.
The Aloha State isn’t just focused on the current digital signatures implementation. Officials are also thinking of future implementations — the next round of paperless.
The sweet spot for Heather Schwenk, the Peace Corps’ Volunteer Delivery System Expert, is when the agency’s business and technology teams align and mission needs drive tech adoption — not the other way around.
The Defense Department has been slower than most government agencies to adopt cloud services. Addressing security concerns in the cloud took some time, but that wasn’t the only holdup.
The first step to starting your cloud journey is to ask three questions: Why do we want to move to the cloud? What functions do we want to move? How do we make the change?
Colorado’s Chief Technology Officer David McCurdy isn’t alone in his quest to make the state a leader in delivering cloud services. But McCurdy doesn’t want that designation just for the sake of it.
It’s well known that becoming a Foreign Service officer for the State Department can take a person on the journey of a lifetime. But there’s a different kind of journey that the State Department has been on — the journey of successfully adopting and deploying cloud computing technology departmentwide, and doing so securely.
It seems everyone in government is talking about cloud computing. But even so, it can still be a difficult path to navigate alone.
We’ve all been on the dreaded tech support line — languishing in despair as the wait time increases and real help seems like a distant dream. There has to be a better way, right? If only the government could find one. The Delaware Department of Technology found that solution.