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TSA to award Data Center Operations and System Support contract – Human Capital (HC)...

Solicitation: 70T01020R9EHRM024 The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) intends to contract using other than full and open competition for Data Center Operations and System Support. Accordingly, the TSA intends to award a contract to Leidos Incorporated located at 2650 Park Tower Drive, Vienna, Virginia 22180-7300. The contract will address the requirements of TSA’s Human Capital (HC) HRAccess program. Read more here. The post TSA to award Data Center Operations and System Support contract – Human Capital (HC) HRAccess appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

Creative Systems and Consulting seeking Chief Innovation Officer

This IT management consulting services provider, with a track record of over 50 successful cloud implementations, is seeking a Chief Innovation Officer to create, identify, develop and execute a high-impact innovation strategy and roadmap aligned to meet strategic business goals and growth priorities The post Creative Systems and Consulting seeking Chief Innovation Officer appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

CVP adds Cloud Solutions Architect from Department of Justice

Allen Firouz, a rising technology leader with over two decades of experience in private sector and Government, who specializes in creating highly-secure, advanced cloud solutions, recently took on a new role as Chief Architect with Customer Value Partners (CVP). CVP is a leading management and technology consulting company that was recently named to the 2020 NXT UP list of top […] The post CVP adds Cloud Solutions Architect from Department of Justice appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

FedTech Magazine: How the USDA Relies on Containers to Build Apps

“Federal agencies are increasingly turning to container technology to ease the transition to cloud platforms, boost cybersecurity for their applications and work more efficiently.” “Docker, a leading container player, defines a container as ‘a standard unit of software that packages up code and all its dependencies so the application runs quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another.’” “IT […] The post FedTech Magazine: How the USDA Relies on Containers to Build Apps appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

Federal News Network: First Look: GSA clearing path for ‘pay by the drink’ cloud-buying...

“… GSA senior procurement executive Jeff Koses sent to industry for comments a draft acquisition letter detailing how buying consumption based cloud services could work.” “’While offering cloud computing on a consumption basis is already permissible under the FSS program, the procedures outlined in this acquisition letter further improve this strategy while seeking to realize the best practices in the […] The post Federal News Network: First Look: GSA clearing path for ‘pay by the drink’ cloud-buying model appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

DHS USCIS awards Apigee Edge for Private Cloud task

The Department of Homeland Security’s US Citizenship and Immigration Services has awarded a 3-year, $2M task for Apigee Edge for Private Cloud, a platform for developing and managing APIs. Small business AccessAgility beat out four other bidders to win the task, which was awarded on the NASA SEWP V vehicle. Apigee is part of Google after being acquired in 2016. […] The post DHS USCIS awards Apigee Edge for Private Cloud task appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

FedScoop: ATF moving all apps, services to the cloud by October

“The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is nearing a milestone of closing its last remaining data center and moving all of its data and applications to the cloud.” “By the end of the fiscal year, ATF wants to have all of its users transitioned over to a new commercial cloud environment and plans to close down the data […] The post FedScoop: ATF moving all apps, services to the cloud by October appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

Nextgov: DHS Office that Tracks Weapons of Mass Destruction Seeks Multilayer Cloud Environment

“A little more than a year after being officially established, the Homeland Security Department’s Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office, or CWMD, is looking to spin up its IT capabilities in the cloud.” “The office—established December 2018—issued a request for information to gauge the market for supporting and upgrading the IT Mission Support Environment, which the solicitation calls the ‘backbone […] The post Nextgov: DHS Office that Tracks Weapons of Mass Destruction Seeks Multilayer Cloud Environment appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

DHS CBP executive Sonny Bhagowalia on mission benefits of cloud migration

“More and more federal agencies are recognizing the benefits of moving their on-prem systems to the cloud, not the least of which include saving money by closing data centers and enabling easier access to applications and data for remote employees. Leading adopters report even more reasons to migrate to the cloud than they first expected.” “Cloud migration has allowed Customs […] The post DHS CBP executive Sonny Bhagowalia on mission benefits of cloud migration appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

GitLab recruits Federal Civilian growth leader Jennifer Kenney-Smith

Jennifer Kenney-Smith, an industry growth leader with nearly two decades of experience providing Federal Civilian agencies with hardware, software and cloud solutions for several of the top technology vendors in DC, has taken on a new challenge as Area Sales Manager at GitLab, a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application. Prior roles include: Director of Civilian – Hitachi […] The post GitLab recruits Federal Civilian growth leader Jennifer Kenney-Smith appeared first on G2Xchange FedCiv.

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