At the annual Defense Information Systems Agency’s forecast to industry, executives told more than 1,000 contractors about plans to expand the browser isolation pilot and test the use of blockchain for logistics.
Gary Barlet, the chief information officer of the Postal Service’s inspector general’s office, and Dorothy Aronson, the CIO of the National Science Foundation, say they both spent the last several years preparing their individual agencies for the move to the cloud and use of advanced analytical capabilities.
Toni Townes-Whitley, president for U.S. Regulated Industries at Microsoft, said industry is shifting away from providing software or products to finding more relevant mission-focused technologies and services.
Steve Harris, the senior vice president and general manager for Dell Technologies Federal, explains why multi-cloud offers flexibility and innovation
Oracle is pressing ahead with its legal battle against the multibillion dollar cloud contract despite DoD’s surprise decision to award the deal to Microsoft.
The Department of Homeland Security released two solicitations seeking industry help to consolidate and modernize as many as 22 legacy financial management systems for a fifth time in the last 15 years.
CISA’s Jeanette Manfra said her office has talked with 50 agencies, cloud and network vendors and others to create guidance to help agencies more easily meet the Trusted Internet Connections requirements.
DoD’s chief information officer told lawmakers the White House could not have interfered with the JEDI decision because the identities of the team that made the decision have been kept secret all along.
The Defense Department made its award, but the JEDI story doesn’t end here.
The highly-anticipated cloud computing contract will be worth more than $200 million in its first two years, Defense officials said. But the massive award still faces legal challenges.
The CIA is anything but centralized when it comes to computing. For a closer look at what’s going on, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to Bloomberg Government Senior Analyst Robert Levinson.
Dr. John Zangardi, the DHS chief information officer, said he is streamlining the authority to operate (ATO) cyber process to help components move applications to the cloud faster without giving up any of the security rigor required.
Foreign actors are increasingly using those vulnerabilities to advance state policies, causing governments to treat cyber attacks as an extension of armed conflict.
The government has asked the Government Accountability Office to dismiss a pending bid protest against the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract so it can address unspecified issues, according to a source familiar with the protest.