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Data must be shared across agencies and applications and become democratized -- a challenge complicated by an environment that combines countless on-prem and cloud-based implementations.
Oracle is pushing ahead with its lawsuit against the Department of Defense over the 10-year, $10 billion cloud procurement known as JEDI.
Dynamic authorization with attribute-based access control allows agencies to securely share IoT data by only allowing authorized users access to sensitive data under the right conditions.
Gov. Matt Bevin has offered no solution to the boondoggle he inherited, a plan to bring high-speed internet to Kentucky’s remote corners.
The Department of Energy signed a $600 million deal with Cray for a 1.5-plus exaflop supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Lab.
Nearly all the agencies audited by the Government Accounting Office reported the cloud provided "significant benefits" that included improved customer service and more cost-effective IT management.
Taking a page from the Defense Department's cloud playbook, the General Services Administration is planning a cloud contract for civilian agency email and collaboration services.
As cloud adoption continues in government agencies, security, procurement and workforce remain sticking points.
Merging foundational infrastructure with modern API development tools can bring new functionalities to government systems.
By separating the repository where data lives from the system that displays it, designers can create content once and distribute it across multiple channels, displaying it on any device.
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