The system allows ACC to continuously update software and provide patches.
Chris Hughes, co-founder of Aquia, joined host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss cloud security and enterprise architecture for federal systems.
This discussion with Karl Mathias, the chief information officer of the U.S. Marshals Service in the Justice Department, is part of Federal News Network’s Cloud Exchange.
Sylvia Burns is the FDIC chief information officer, and Keith Jones, the State Department’s CIO, highlighted individual efforts to drive innovation to their internal and external customers.
Danielle Metz, the DoD deputy chief information officer for information enterprise, said the revamped IT portfolio management process will integrate with the DoD budget cycle to ensure resources reflect IT portfolio management decisions.
Dan McCune, the acting associate deputy assistant secretary of the Enterprise Program Management Office at the VA’s Office of Information and Technology, said the software development efforts are delivering 80% of new software capabilities in 90 days or less.
Government IT modernization requires new strategies, and now the IBM Center for Business of Government has outlined one.
Nicolas Chaillan, the Air Force’s chief software officer, said rebalancing the contractor-federal employee ratio is important to ensure the right oversight continues without delaying the delivery of software.
Steve Wallace, systems innovation scientist at the Defense Information Systems Agency, said DoD needs to apply DevSecOpps-type processes across the board, in order to have smaller micro deployments.
Federal agencies may face challenges with digital modernization. Shrinking budgets and increasing requirements raise the stakes on every decision that needs to be made. Securing data against an ever-increasing array of attack vectors has to be balanced against the ability to innovate. New tools provide exciting new capabilities, but sprawl and complexity have to be contained. Legacy platforms are too expensive to maintain, and too outdated to deliver needed capabilities. So how can they make the right decisions to best accomplish their mission?
Two agencies are trying to streamline and reduce the burden of cybersecurity processes in an effort to get capabilities to the mission areas faster.
Day 3 Keynote of Federal News Network's DoD Cloud Exchange: The Navy's Andrew Tash, Travis Methvin and Kevin Allen talk with Jared Serbu about how cloud pushed the Navy to transform its networks for modern service delivery and DevSecOps.
This discussion with Paul Puckett, the director of the Enterprise Cloud Management Office for the Army, is part of Federal News Network’s DoD Cloud Exchange.
Day 2 Keynote of Federal News Network's DoD Cloud Exchange: The Air Force's chief software officer, Nicolas Chaillan, talks with Jared Serbu about the Air Force's embrace of multi-cloud and DevSecOps via Cloud One and Platform One.