Matt Goodrich, the former director of the cloud security program known as FedRAMP and now is a principal solutions engineer and security specialist at Salesforce, said he survived personal and professional attacks by his own stubbornness and the fact what his team was doing was right.
In today’s Federal Newscast, funding to support the Interior Department’s plans to reorganize its bureaus and management functions into 12 unified regions across the country is absent from the House 20-20 appropriations bill.
Paul Tatum, senior vice president of Solution Engineering – Public Sector at Salesforce, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss case management, collaboration, and how his company can help federal agencies integrate and store data in a safe and secure cloud.
Eva Skidmore, the vice president of public sector for Salesforce, said agencies need to continue to improve customer service and IT modernization together by adopting open platforms and application programming interfaces (APIs).
Oracle called the government’s efforts to modernize technology “out of sync” and filled with “false narratives.”
Beth Killoran, the chief information officer at the Department of Health and Human Services, said over the past two years the agency went from having about 1 percent of all systems in the cloud to an expected 41 percent by the end of 2017.
Rusty Pickens, senior advisor for Digital Platforms for Public Diplomacy at the U.S. Department of State, joins host John Gilroy to discuss how to use collaboration to integrate complex IT systems. May 17, 2016
GSA awarded six vendors a spot on a blanket purchase agreement to provide integration and implementation services for Salesforce tools.
Cristina Miller and Adam Horvath with Acumen Solutions join host John Gilroy to discuss how their company can help federal agencies with their transition to the cloud. December 15, 2015
David Shive, the GSA chief information officer, said encouraging more employees to take advantage of the virtual desktop interface (VDI) technology, and modernizing and rationalizing applications are the next steps to improve the agency’s technology environment.