The cloud and high-performance computing are some of the science agency's IT focuses.
An upcoming study will address federal IT executives’ largest opportunities and challenges facing federal agencies now and what they will need to address in decades to come.
The Defense Department looks to AI for solving some of its largest problems.
As the Defense Department considers options for cloud implementation, the agency's next-generation cloud program manager talks benefits of milCloud 2.0.
The technology chief at the Small Business Administration discusses the pros and cons of adopting a multi-cloud strategy.
This year, industry saw many technologies like AI and cybersecurity at work in the federal sphere and beyond.
DoD looks to build artificial intelligence programs on top of new cloud program.
Report says legacy infrastructure that can’t keep up with cloud needs.
Gartner projects that governments will adopt private cloud at twice the rate of public cloud.
“You do not move to the cloud or buy new hardware so you can host legacy services. That doesn’t make sense,” says CIA’s Sean Roche.
A cloud environment is just another data center with minimal controls; it’s the security stacks that matter.
Agencies can submit modernization project proposals, but will be competing for funds.
USDS is transforming online federal services, but hopefully it won’t do that forever.