Let freedom and innovation ring

GCN (May 28, 2019) Driven by the consumerization of IT, agencies at every level of government are struggling to respond to the demands of a new generation of users for more open and flexible service delivery. Consumers want their agencies to deliver the same ease-of-use and on-demand responsiveness they have with their own devices and …

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Report: Government Wasted More Than $300B by Not Using Commercial Tech

Nextgov (May 20, 2019) Over the last 25 years, the federal government has “likely wasted” $345 billion—more than $2,000 per every American household—by not embracing commercially available information technology products, according to a report from the Alliance for Digital Innovation.

Delaying DoD Cloud Contract Could Harm National Security

Real Clear Defense (April 10, 2019) The great power race to dominate advanced computing technologies – cloud applications, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) – is intensifying. China is seeking to replace the U.S. as the dominant player in these areas. The United States, in general, and the Department of Defense (DoD), in particular, are responding …

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OMB’s cyber report should start the race to the cloud

Federal Times (August 23, 2018) When it comes to cybersecurity problems within the government, I feel like Bill Murray in the movie “Groundhog Day” – I’m watching and listening to government officials have the same discussions of the same problems over and over, and making only incremental progress in addressing them.