Q4 is the last chance for federal civilian and defense agencies to spend their appropriated funds. Historically, in Q4, civilian agencies spend 34.8% and the U.S. Department of Defense spends 30.6% of their obligated yearly appropriations.
The purpose of this paper is to explain: The history of cloud security in the federal government, FedRAMP application to AWS, AWS use cases for managing FedRAMP, and ATO on AWS.
With shrinking IT budgets and increased Congressional oversight, the U.S. Department of the Navy (DON) is leading the way by implementing category management and strategic sourcing to ensure the Warfighter is buying smarter and more like a single enterprise.
As a partner of a government-funded health and science consortium, a large university was looking for a cost-effective, scalable, and secure platform to host their scientific study data and application.
Hear AWS's Andrew DeFoe review how leading education institutions in Higher Education and K12 are leveraging the cloud to connect their students and faculty to mission critical resources.
As a pillar to cloud success, security remains a major concern for agencies. The public sector is working tirelessly to discover and implement solutions that will help agencies handle their growing data sets while combatting evolving cyber threats.
With Cloud Smart and TIC 3.0 adding to the momentum of MGT and FedRAMP, 2019 gave Federal IT leaders countless reasons to increase their support for government cloud migration. So, what’s next on the Federal government’s cloud campaign trail?
Every executive and company has their own unique set of challenges, but they all share the need to equip their staff with the skills that will help them move toward their future aspirations. This is no different when it comes to the cloud.
Selecting a new content management system (CMS) for your agency or enterprise can seem overwhelming—especially when your organization must adhere to the recent 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (21st Century IDEA) legislation, which mandates the modernization of federal websites and intranets.
By the end of this year, U.S. federal agencies will be serving up modernized, friendlier web experiences. For the millions of citizens who rely on government websites for information on everything from taxes to jobs to voting, the development is long overdue.
In a time of fiscal uncertainty, tightening budgets and Congressional oversight, it has never been more important for federal agencies to drive efficiencies and improve their acquisition, management and inventory of information technology (IT) assets.
The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) Defense Summit is one of the largest defense-focused events on the East Coast, bringing together more than 1,000 government and industry leaders to spark ideas, innovation and solutions to technological challenges. Presentations, demonstrations and collaborative discussions include the full spectrum of defense technologies, with a focus on the areas of C5ISR, information warfare and cyber security.