Government News Roundup – August 2018 Edition

Government News Roundup – August 2018 Edition

Federal News

Democrats introduce bill to combat telework reductions


Reps. Gerry Connolly, D-Va, and John Sarbanes, D-Md, have introduced a bill preventing federal agencies from putting policies in place that would reduce telework.

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New bill bakes FedRAMP into law

New FedRAMP bill would simplify the authorization process, further enabling federal agencies to efficiently and effectively migrate to cloud solutions.

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Federal IT transformation takes on new dimensions with rise of multi-cloud

The cloud is not just a destination. It has the ability to completely transform how agencies operate.

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How to Modernize Your Communications with UCaaS

The barriers to cloud adoption have largely been removed and agencies are working to access funding from the Technology Modernization Fund. Cloud communications solutions, like UCaaS, can enable agencies to meet mission requirements while modernizing communications systems.

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State and Local Agency News

How Government Is Reforming IT Procurement and What it Means for Vendors

The way state and local governments are buying technology is changing. GovTech explores how, and what this means for agencies and vendors.

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Montana working to Improve State Government through Technology.

The new CIO, Tim Bottenfield, continues to drive modernization of IT solutions and communications with technology.

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Why State Agencies are Moving to the Cloud

State agencies gain a number of benefits by moving to cloud solutions, including reduced costs, simplified maintenance and reduced complexity. Start your journey to the cloud.

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