Government News Roundup – May 2018 Edition

May 9, 2018


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Federal

Lessons Learned from the FedRAMP Journey

The Washington Journal shares the story of one government vendor’s journey to FedRAMP authorization. 
Find out how two years of dedication and finding the right strategic partners helped one vendor obtain this highly critical authorization.

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GAO: Completing our Recommendations Could Save Billions

Despite GAO recommendations, agencies are still struggling to modernize their IT. The Federal Times takes a look at recent numbers from the annual GAO Duplication Report.

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OMB Wants Acquisition Innovation

Acquisition Innovation isn’t just a nice to have for agencies, but a must-have. FCW takes a look at OMB’s recent recommendations and how acquisition innovation is becoming essential to the public sector.

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GSA Moves to Make Acquisition More Innovative

The agency is working to streamline acquisition processes and make IT modernization and procurement easier.


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How to Modernize Your Communications with UCaaS

The barriers to adoption have been removed, and with the TMF being funded, agencies now have a path to move from theoretical to strategic.

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SLED

The Cloud Outpaces In-House State and Local Cybersecurity

Migration to the cloud for state and local agencies is inevitable. And in many ways is more secure than legacy, on-premise systems. Here’s why.

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NASCIO Midyear 2018: State CIOs Spotlight Security and Digital Transformation

State CIOs take priority at the recent midyear NASCIO conference. See what they are talking about here.

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How UCaaS Helps Address the Local Government Cybersecurity Challenge

Local government jurisdictions are forced to combat the same cybersecurity threat landscape as their state government counterparts but with far fewer resources. UCaaS can help address this challenge. Here’s how.

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