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Robert Wood, the CMS chief information security officer, said the agency went from contract award for their DevSecOps platform, called the BatCave, to production in less than a year.
Since the days of Cloud Smart and Cloud First, government agencies have been encouraged to move data and applications to the cloud to save time and money.
An enduring challenge for military IT people: getting just the right information securely to people who need it, especially in contested environments. Now researchers from the Air Force Research Laboratory's Information Directorate think they have a solution.
Frank Indiviglio, NOAA’s deputy director for High Performance Computing & Communications (HPCC), said conversations are happening about how NOAA can containerize its climate models in order to push the models themselves out to the public to understand, build upon and tweak.
Raj Iyer has been the Army’s chief information officer November 2020 and has focused on 13 lines of effort to modernize technology and change the culture.
Host Dave Wennergren talks with two former government leaders on the challenges and opportunities facing the federal market as we look forward to 2023.
Shawnte Singletary, the deputy director of the Division of Security and Privacy Compliance in the Office of Information Security and Privacy Group at CMS, said the desire for software-as-a-service is driving new security assessments.
Current and former federal technology experts offer their take on why House lawmakers will be more active with oversight and what are some of the emerging hot topics over the next 12 months.
Current and former federal technology executives say software supply chain security emerged as one of the biggest challenges last year given both the attention by the White House and ongoing cyber concerns.
Federal Chief Information Officer Clare Martorana says among her top priorities for 2023 is break down silos, share lessons learned and scale best practices across the IT community.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is line for another budget boost, while lawmakers are also reauthorizing CISA’s marquee cyber defense program for another year.
Paul Puckett, the former director of the Enterprise Cloud Management Agency (ECMA) in the Army’s CIO office, said the cloud is not only demonstrating value, but are also fundamentally changing the way that the Army looks at requirements, organizational alignment and incentive structures.
The Army expects it'll take about a year to get everyone on the virtual desktop capability.
Cloud computing became a major technology strategy for the government more than 10 years ago. To help agencies ensure cloud security, the GSA set up a program called FedRAMP, Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. The basic idea was, a vendor with FedRAMP certification for one agency could be trusted by other agencies for a given product. The program has come a long way.
Weekly interviews with federal agency chief information officers about the latest directives, challenges and successes. Follow Jason on Twitter. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Podcast One.