The cloud security program is being restructured to respond to the proliferation of cloud offerings.
A contracting notice indicates that the Defense Department is looking to compete the service that protects its systems from web-based attacks.
The United States Postal Service CIO explained her agency started its cloud journey early and maintains a business objectives focus for migrations.
In a case with echoes for the U.S. market, Great Britain's competition regulator is investigating cloud vendor lock-in.
This global tech giant's relationships with Accenture's federal subsidiary and Deloitte help show how partnering strategies are evolving in the government market.
The department is planning to establish a DHS IT Academy with training and upskilling for its workforce.
The Multi-Cloud Innovation and Advancement Act was introduced in the House of Representatives in August.
The personnel agency recently released its first IT strategic plan in nearly a decade.
“Multifactor authentication will not be enough,” said the Army’s senior cyber leader.
DISA Director Lt. Gen. Robert Skinner said that the DOD’s enterprise cloud contract has made $200 million in task order awards, with more on the way.
The IT services company received accreditation from the Intelligence Community to host Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information on its cloud infrastructure.
The department’s much-anticipated ECLIPS contract won’t debut in fiscal 2023, as officials plan for another industry event this fall.
The Defense Department's top tech official directed defense agencies to tap the multi-vendor Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability contract for new cloud acquisitions and is requiring all top-secret cloud buys across the Pentagon and military services to use the vehicle for top secret capabilities.
The agency is exploring how it can best align industry payment practices for software-as-a-service offerings on its own IT Multiple Award Schedule.
General Dynamics Information Technology’s survey of 425 federal employees found that 65% of federal agencies were “moderately to extremely ready to embrace emerging technologies.”
The department is conducting market research for modernization capabilities to help improve customer experience at passport agencies, its global queueing system and embassy and consulate waiting areas.
The Federal Trade Commission got an earful from managed services providers, trade groups and antitrust activists about cloud business practices.
The 80-pound AWS ‘Snowblade’ device provides cloud services to end users at all classification levels while meeting the military’s highest ruggedization standards.
Microsoft is opening up its commercial generative AI technology to public sector customers and partners.