While agencies are becoming increasingly reliant on cloud services, a survey reveals pain points in getting there.
The agency will accept comments and host two town-hall style meetings to address opportunities and public concerns on a range of related topics.
Chats with government leaders point to a few areas of common interest.
During pretend play, children are often acting at a higher level to practice new skills.
The administration released the Federal Data Strategy Action Plan for the next year, adding four more action items from the draft released in summer.
The government’s cybersecurity department released a draft set of use cases and other guidance to help agencies build secure networks in the age of cloud and mobile.
“There are no blue robocalls; there are no red robocalls — only despised robocalls.”
More than two years after awards were announced, agencies can now issue task orders to all nine vendors on the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.
A Defense agency has granted Microsoft a temporary provisional authority to host data at Impact Level 6 for the next 90 days.
While agencies often look for quick wins on new administration policies, the application rationalization process is not one of those areas, an official said.
The 2020 appropriations package includes billions for tech upgrades at some agencies, as well as funding for governmentwide modernization projects. In some cases, that money comes with strings attached.
The government will need to prepare for next year’s transition or risk the federal contracting version of Y2K.
Officials pushed back strongly against the report.
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