Tag Archives: FedRAMP
There’s just no escaping “the cloud” when discussing federal IT. For the past three years, migrating from on premises networks to the cloud has been touted as a way to jump start federal networks and increase efficiency and productivity.
Federal agencies continue to gradually transition their IT networks to cloud environments, due to compelling performance and efficiency improvements.
What’s the best way for the Department of Defense (DoD) to procure cloud services?
Earlier this week Federal Computer Week published an excellent interview with Matthew Goodrich.
The DoD is working on an enhanced security standard for Defense networks, according to a recent article from Federal News Radio.
Last week an important federal IT deadline came and went. Thursday, June 5th was the deadline set by the Office of Budget and Management (OMB) for contractors to be certified by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).
The GSA recently released revised security standards for cloud service providers. Meeting these cloud security standards will be a requirement to do business with federal government clients, according to Federal Times.
Each year Federal Computer Week comes out with it’s Fed 100 List – a compilation of federal IT professionals who are shining example of public service.