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Federal Government Will Maintain Expansive Work-From-Home Policies After the Pandemic

The Washington Post (June 10, 2021) The Biden administration on Thursday told federal agencies that more employees can return to their offices as the threat of the coronavirus pandemic ebbs, but it also laid out a permanent work-from-home expansion that will drastically alter the federal government’s workplace culture. Federal agencies no longer have to limit …

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ADI Endorses Commercial Preference Letter to Biden Administration

On Monday ADI and over four dozen colleagues delivered a letter to the White House and Office of Management and Budget urging the Biden Administration to rethink the procurement process. Too often, the federal government builds technological and software solutions from scratch and ignores cheaper and better commercially available products. This letter explains the importance …

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ADI’s Executive Director Matthew Cornelius: The Hidden Power of the Federal Citizen Services Fund

FCW (May 25, 2021) It can be hard to breathe in the federal IT space these days, with the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF) taking up so much of the oxygen. Flush with $1 billion, courtesy of the American Rescue Plan (ARP), the opportunity for agency digital transformation efforts has rarely been greater. Such a substantial …

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ADI Executive Director Matthew Cornelius Interviewed on New Technology Modernization Fund Repayment Rules

Government Matters (May 9, 2021) New guidance from the Office of Management and Budget gives agencies opportunities to pay back the loans over time or, in some cases, not at all. Matthew Cornelius, Executive Director of the Alliance for Digital Innovation, said the minimal repayment option is beneficial because some very important, timely projects, such …

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ADI Executive Director Matthew Cornelius Quoted in Protocol Braintrust on Effect of Biden’s Infrastructure Bill on Tech’s Private Sector

Protocol Braintrust (April 29, 2021) President Biden’s American Jobs plan has numerous explicit opportunities for the tech industry — such as ‎broadband expansion, massive investments in R&D and securing supply chains. However, some of the most ‎interesting, and potentially powerful, investments are more implicit. At the most fundamental level, Biden’s ‎plan does not distinguish between …

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ADI Member Organization Salesforce Testifies to Senate on IT Modernization: Cloud Adoption Is A Must

Tuesday, April 27, 2021 On Tuesday, April 27, 2021 ADI member organization Salesforce participated in a hearing for the U.S. Senate’s Emerging Threats and Spending Oversight Subcommittee of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Casey Coleman, Senior Vice President for Global Public Sector at Salesforce, was invited to testify to share her insights …

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