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OMB evolving FedRAMP to better address software-as-a-service needs

Drew Myklegard, the deputy federal chief information officer, said the draft memo to update FedRAMP creates a new oversight board and promotes agencies…

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USDA leaning harder into software-as-a-service to satisfy mission needs

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CMS taking a three step approach to using more SaaS: Discover, manage, secure

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DLA’s success with its ERP migration sets up future business transformations

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Employee Assistance programs, EAP

One prime contractor is growing its own startups with promising technology

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The 3 biggest cybersecurity disrupters for the federal government in 2022

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Multiple-award, generic, governmentwide blanket purchase agreements: Vertical contract duplication

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DoD Cloud Exchange: Mansour Yusuf of Dell Federal, and Daniel Ellis of VMware

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Network visibility in a modernized world

This week on Federal Tech Talk, Marlin McFate, CTO Public Sector at Riverbed Technology, joins host John Gilroy to talk about network visibility and the…

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Frictionless transactions in federal IT

ICF CTO Kyle Tuberson joined host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk, and shared some lessons learned for smoothing out technology transitions…

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In this May 27, 2020, photo, a worker at Brasserie Beck, a restaurant along K Street in downtown Washington, power washes the outdoor seating area. The nation's capital is starting to reopen, Starting May 29, a tiny slice of pre-pandemic normality starts returning to the city as the three-month old coronavirus stay-home order is replaced by the first phase of a reopening plan(AP Photo/Jon Elswick)

Remote inspections are critical to safely reopening US economy

With phased re-openings of our communities happening at different rates across the country a return to “normal” is months away.

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