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Shift Left: DevSecOps and the Path to Continuous Authority to Operate

NextGov (July 27, 2020) The faster a Defense Department of Defense organization can conceive, build and provide value to warfighters, the higher the probability of rapid mission success. However, obtaining authority to operate, or ATO, for DOD IT systems is typically a long, challenging—yet critical—process to ensure warfighters’ confidence in the technologies they use.

InsideStory Blog: ADI’s Matthew Cornelius on Securing the Federal Workforce during COVID-19

StoryPartnersDC (July 16, 2020) – by Matthew T. Cornelius (ADI Executive Director) As was predicted when the government moved wholesale towards remote telework in response to the COVID-19 crisis, malicious activities targeting federal systems and employees rose dramatically. While nation-state adversaries increased their hacking operations, a proliferation of unintended vulnerabilities – those caused by the …

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Alliance for Digital Innovation to Testify on How the Coronavirus Exposed Outdated Federal IT Systems

Matthew Cornelius, Executive Director of the Alliance for Digital Innovation, will be testifying before the House Subcommittee on Government Operations (Committee on Oversight and Reform) on Monday, July 20, 2020. This hybrid/in-person hearing will focus on Federal IT modernization and how the Coronavirus exposed outdated systems. Cornelius will detail how: The government’s “legacy” problem goes far …

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Major Ramp-Up in Use of OTAs

National Defense (July 13, 2020) Federal government spending on other transaction authority agreements has soared in recent years, a trend which could be accelerated by the response to COVID-19, experts say.

Serving Citizens from Anywhere – For Government Agencies, Commercial Capabilities Are Driving Remote Work Successes

Shannon Kellogg, Vice President of Public Policy, Americas, at Amazon Web Services In the public sector, one of the fascinating, and hopeful, positives to come from the response to the COVID-19 pandemic is the dramatic acceptance of “non-traditional” work in government agencies at all levels. By this, we mean that the usual practice of working …

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Alliance for Digital Innovation Pushes Government through Tech Modernization

The CUBE (June 30, 2020) One thing the coronavirus pandemic has taught businesses is that the faster the response, the better. But this is also true for the government and its agencies, which are at the forefront of combating COVID-19 and have had to make major adjustments to day-to-day operations while running economic stimulus packages and …

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