The move to maximum telework across federal agencies hasn’t been a painless one, and Congress wants to know just how it’s going.
DoD’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is in a hurry to move its software development to an enterprise cloud platform. The Air Force’s Cloud One is the next-best option for now.
The rapid surge in remote work due to the current pandemic is putting a spotlight on the need to make the transition to cloud happen much more quickly.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Scott Deviney, vice president, US Public Sector at Riverbed, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how his company is helping the federal government address the challenges faced by its remote workforce.
As they transition, Federal agencies must continue to defend against threats on their existing infrastructure while extending that protection to the exploding number of remote endpoints connecting to their networks.
Local governments are shuttering at coronavirus’ potential job losses. But with mobility and cloud investment rising, desktops time is over.
Twenty years after the inception of NMCI, the Navy’s networks still aren’t unified and have a very hard time dealing with cloud services. The COVID-19 pandemic has served as something of a wake-up call to help fix that.
Guy Cavallo, the deputy CIO at SBA, said the work under the CDM and TIC programs over the last two years is opening the door to pilot zero trust concepts and move away from the “hub and spoke” model for its network.
Amazon’s latest complaint claims DoD has refused to respond to questions about how to price the revised cloud proposals it’s requesting from AWS and Microsoft.
Bill Marion, who left federal service after 28 years including the last four years as the deputy chief information officer of the Air Force, said the next deputy CIO will have a long list of priorities including continuing network modernization, transforming risk management and ensuring the service has a digital workforce.
Jim Tunnessen, VOA’s chief information officer and chief digital officer, said the Over the Top product will live in the cloud to ensure latency and performance issues don’t drag it down.
A federal judge has granted the Defense Department’s request to revise and reconsider at least some parts of its controversial JEDI Cloud procurement.
The State, local government and education IT market is a challenge for the vendor community to understand. Ask the CIO SLED Edition discusses Deltek’s market intelligence assessment and methodology to understand future spending trends in this area.
Long-awaited OIG review of the JEDI procurement also finds ethical violations by two Defense officials, but none that impacted the contract decision.