Michael Carter, the vice president for FedRAMP and assurance services for Coalfire, explains why the FedRAMP Reform Act would ease cloud adoption for agencies and CSP entry into government.
Nick Wakeman, editor in chief of Washington Technology joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss the top contracting stories in 2018 and what’s ahead for contractors in 2019.
Jonathan Feibus from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission explained how his agency is modernizing its web applications to move to the cloud, and what steps other offices should consider before they do the same.
Lookout’s Vijaya Kaza joined Gigi Schumm on Women of Washington to discuss why women shouldn’t let labels define their success as individuals
Bob Osborn, the chief technology officer of federal for ServiceNow, said agencies can take advantage of cloud in a secure way and reduce the time it takes to deliver mission critical services by accepting and using a hybrid, multi-cloud approach.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act cleared the House, bringing service members one step closer to a pay raise.
The Defense Department’s final solicitation for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure is worth up to $10 billion over 10 years, and will go to a single vendor.
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FedRAMP is looking to make it easier to align federal agencies with cloud providers with automated authorization processes to updated requirements and training.
The Cloud Security Alliance is teaming with FedRAMP to create a combined cloud security certification known as FedSTAR, which could improve effectiveness and efficiency for private-sector companies by cutting down on duplicate requirements.