Sonny Bhagowalia, the deputy assistant commissioner and deputy chief information officer in the Office of Information and Technology at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection directorate in the Homeland Security Department, said the agency is addressing network and bandwidth challenges, first and foremost, and then securely connecting devices and data to agents through the cloud.
The Army, over the next two years, plans to fundamentally reshape the way it delivers IT on its bases with an “as-a-service” delivery model.
Grant Wernick, CEO of Insight Engines, says agencies should do a better job of integrating security on the front end of their cloud discussions.
Raghav Vajjhala, the chief information officer of the FTC, said a new blanket purchase agreement with four vendors will help the agency take a low risk approach to IT modernization.
Tom Afferton, vice president of Civil Solutions at Northrop Grumman, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss IT modernization and how cloud migration, cyber protection and process automation are helping federal agencies meet customer needs.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement is more than halfway done with its migration to the cloud, more than a year after kicking off the effort.
At this month’s ATARC Cloud & Data Center Summit in Washington, D.C., David Nelson of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Todd Simpson gave their outlooks on cloud migration.
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.
Mark Bacon, acquisition program manager for the Center’s Managed Service Office (MSO) at Hanscom Air Force Base,, said seven applications have migrated to the cloud so far, and many more are to come.
GSA released five RFQs for phase 1 of the IT modernization Centers of Excellence initiative.