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.

Federal IT Modernization: Learning from the Past, While Looking to the Future

Morning Consult (August 28, 2018) Eight years after the “25 Point Implementation Plan to Reform Federal IT Management,” the federal government information technology landscape has evolved quite a bit, and it’s important to reflect back on the progression of federal IT modernization efforts in the United States as we all plan for the future.