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Department of Navy CIO Terry Halvorsen said business systems and infrastructure are two main areas to reduce the cost of the service's technology.
September 8, 2011
Mark Forman, the first e-gov administrator at the Office of Management and Budget, is currently working on cloud- related programs at government Transaction Services, a firm he co-founded. He explains the extent of the "IT cartel" problem and how the cloud can help.
Mary Davie, Assistant Commissioner at the Office of Integrated Technology Services at the General Services Administration, has some tips to help you successfully make that change.
The Federal Trade Commission is using enterprise architecture make its technology backbone faster, more efficient and able to run mobile devices.
In the wake of recent high-profile hackings and leaks, federal managers are reconsidering a move to the cloud. Learn more in today's Cybersecurity Update.
Paul Maritz, the CEO of software maker VMWare, spoke with the Federal Drive about how virtualization, which allows agencies to modernize and make IT programs more efficient, can quickly lead to savings.
GAO will decide the complaints by Oct. 17. Both companies say GSA's request for proposal is unfair because of its requirement for a government-only cloud.
The VA has issued a request for information for secure cloud-based collaboration tools to head off the use of less secure web-based applications, such as Google Docs.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is holding its annual conference in Baltimore this week. Enterprise technologies and standardization are key themes. DISA has told its public and private sector partners that it intends to do all of the above, even in a climate in which budgetary resources are declining.
The Army resumed its migration of users to its new cloud email system on Tuesday. Other enterprise services will follow behind it, including an enterprise version of Microsoft Sharepoint, which will mostly displace the Army Knowledge Online web portal, officials said.
Vivek Kundra ends his tenure as the federal chief information officer Aug. 12. He was the driving force behind moving agencies to cloud computing, consolidating data centers and laying down the foundation to reform information technology. But Kundra's biggest impact may be less about specific technologies, but reminding the government that time and process are not major barriers.
August 11, 2011
The Department of Homeland Security's seventh annual conference on cybersecurity is underway. Lee Rock, the acting director of US-CERT is slated to speak.
The Army will begin lifting its finger off of the pause button for enterprise email within the next few days, the service's chief information officer said.
Taha Kass-Hout, the program manager for BioSense, a CDC program, joined the Federal Drive to discuss how the program is evolving and why it recently decided to move to a cloud platform.
The Department of the Navy has issued two requests for information from industry, one on a public-private data center partnership model; another on commercial collaboration software as a service. The department must cut its IT business system spending by 25 percent.
Jerry Edgerton, president of federal sales at Blue Ridge Networks, joins host John Gilroy to talk about what his company is doing to help agencies transition into cloud computing.
August 2, 2011
The General Services Administration has become the first federal agency to move its entire workforce to a cloud-based email product. GSA said it moved all 17,000 of its users all at one time, but it couldn't have pulled off the transition without months of planning, training and preparation.
A panel of industry representatives has laid out a roadmap for revising the practices agencies use to purchase cloud computing services. The group also recommends new transparency efforts aimed at getting customers to trust cloud computing. The report aims to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing.
Host Mark Amtower will talk debt crisis, cloud computing and other issues with Federal News Radio's Francis Rose.
July 25, 2011(Encore presentation August 15, 2011)