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Although the Technology Modernization Fund has awarded almost $60 million to four cloud projects so far, agencies are slow in spending it.
Oracle disputed the contracting officer's conclusion that a single-award contract will reap better terms for the Defense Department and that a single-award contract will be easier and less costly to secure and manage.
The Defense Department must ensure that cloud-based data can be transferred across classification levels and accessed by only the right people, with the right authorization at the right times.
The American Broadband Initiative aims to streamline permitting policies, lower the cost of wired and wireless build-outs and maximize the impact of federal funding.
By moving toward a cloud-based unified communications system, agencies can make an instant impact that will provide immediate results and serve as a jumping off point for larger modernization efforts.
By tapping into standards-based micromobility data in cloud exchanges, cities get information to better plan infrastructure improvements and residents services.
Contractors vying for the Defense Department's $8 billion back-office cloud contract won't have to be certified to host classified data on the date of the award, the General Services Administration says.
A $20.7 million infusion from the Technology Modernization Fund will allow GSA to move payroll operations out of its data center and to a cloud-based solution.
A high-stakes policy debate among automakers, governments and telecommunications firms over the spectrum for vehicle-to-everything communications may eventually be solved by market forces.
Quantum Xchange sends quantum-generated cryptographic keys over fiber-optic cable to securely transfer critical data.
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