Agencies expected to award 58 task orders under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract by March 31, but instead awarded 10, putting the $50 billion program on a path similar to the last telecommunications transition debacle.
Bill Marion, the Air Force’s chief information officer, said through one of the enterprise IT-as-a-service pilot programs, the service is reimagining help desk and end user support services.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency will release a telework-focused temporary Trusted Internet Connections 3.0 directive to give agency networks some relief as more employees are working remotely.
Cloud Smart is about enabling the simplest strategy to adopt cloud technology through three key pillars: security, procurement, and workforce.
Charles Fullwood, senior director of software solutions at Force 3, says with the right planning and tools, risk can be taken out of cloud migration.
Suzette Kent, the Federal CIO, said daily calls with CIOs and CISOs are helping agencies overcome any technology obstacles they face in keeping the government open and missions on track.
AWS objection argues DoD’s corrective action plan doesn’t go far enough, and that it should be forced to reopen and reconsider multiple aspects of the contract.
The federal government is getting closer to rolling out its Trusted Internet Connection 3.0 policy, and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is laying the groundwork for agencies to begin using the program.
Federal News Network and Oracle convened a panel of federal cloud practitioners to discuss the issues in their journeys to delivering the mission in the cloud.
The Office of Management and Budget set a series of deadlines over the next five years for agencies to transition 80% of their networks to Internet Protocol version 6.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, Vishwas Lele, chief technology officer at Applied Digital Services, joieds host John Gilroy to discuss how AIS can help help federal IT officials in moving their agencies safely to the cloud.
The senior advocate for Decennial Census Response Security and Data Integrity at the Census Bureau said the agency has been testing and improving the online response tool and security architecture for much of the past seven years in preparation for 2020.
Judge Patricia E. Campbell-Smith would need to approve the request, but DoD says it now wants to spend the next four months reconsidering the portion of the JEDI contract she has already found to be faulty.
The Small Business Administration, over the past few years, has implemented CDM by migrating programs to the cloud and noticed some surprising cybersecurity possibilities in the process.