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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.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is bolstering support for its Enterprise Services Division and has released the solicitation for cloud-based office solutions.
Agencies must future-proof their emergency communications with systems that improve efficiency, safety and response times.
Caroline Bean, DISA's MilCloud deputy program manager and lead engineer, explained where the migration stands and what to expect this year.
The system detects when time-sensitive applications would benefit from more compute power and orchestrates the reallocation of packets across server cores.
Today's GPUs can handle artificial intelligence, machine learning and other high-performance tasks, making them a vital component of digital transformation, better public service and improved national security.
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