Government News Roundup – April 2018 Edition


Government News Roundup - April 2018

Federal

Cloud’s Untapped Potential for Innovation

The most common reasons agencies cite for moving to the cloud are cost savings, efficiency and shared resources, there is another objective:  Innovation.

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Report: FedRAMP Slashes Cloud Authorization Times to Six Months

FedRAMP has slashed authorization times from as much as two years to six months, further enabling the adoption of cloud technologies for the public sector.

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Five Ways the 2018 Omnibus Promotes IT Modernization, Cybersecurity

Recent legislation signed into law is helping agencies with their move to cloud and other technologies.

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USDA’s CIO Shares How the Cloud Is the Way out Of Infrastructure ‘Death Spiral.’

CIO Sheridan of the USDA believes that the cloud can revolutionize the federal IT Work model.

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SLED

Data Suggests That 1/3 of State It Systems Are Old or Broken

This article shares how the problem may be bigger than thought and where they are the worst.

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Localities Cut Costs and Up Security with Customized Cloud Use Cases

StateTech Magazine shares in this article how state agencies are migrating elements of their IT to the cloud, improving usability and increasing security all while reducing costs.

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Agencies Eye the Advantages of a Move to the Cloud

Moving resources to the cloud can have game-changing benefits.

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