The Veterans Affairs Department released a series of procurement actions over the last month to improve how it manages and gets more use of its cloud.
John Zangardi, the DHS CIO, said he wants to take a multiple provider, hybrid approach in moving applications, the network and data to the cloud.
The Pentagon clarifies CIO’s new role in “cloud initiative.” Dana Deasy’s portfolio of responsibilities includes the JEDI contract, but it’s not clear what else.
FedRAMP is looking to make it easier to align federal agencies with cloud providers with automated authorization processes to updated requirements and training.
A vendor received no help from the district court after it dismissed the case of whether GAO must comply with the Administrative Procedures Act.
The House Appropriations Committee approved the Financial Services and General Government fiscal 2019 spending bill with additional money for the three governmentwide funds.
House Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) says the House version of the 2019 defense authorization bill is fencing off funds for the JEDI contract until Congress gets some concrete answers on cloud.
GSA to hold cloud reverse industry training day to help further educate federal acquisition and IT executives about buying, using these services.
Kevin Cox, the program manager for the continuous diagnostics and mitigation program, said ongoing assessments and mobile security are among the top priorities for 2018 and beyond.
As the growth of cloud adoption has increased in government, so too has the complexity. And with that complexity comes a barrage of choices that agency IT offices must navigate.
DoD’s big spending plans for cloud aren’t just about JEDI. A final RFP for the department’s $8.2 billion contract for cloud-hosted office and collaboration systems is expected sometime in June.