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01/04/2021
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Pandemic drives policy updates in 2020

As we kick off 2021, we're taking a look back at some of the top storylines that defined 2020. The biggest story in all of federal IT was the response to the pandemic and how, in a matter of days, the federal government was forced to make the decision to work remotely. And the backbone of that move to telework was policy. Billy Mitchell has more on the biggest IT story of 2020.


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Growth and turmoil for CMMC

One of the most contentious programs in 2020 was the Pentagon's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). While major progress was made on delivering a system of cyber certifications for all Department of Defense contractors, it wasn't without turmoil. Jackson Barnett has more on CMMC.


Congress modernizes to keep up during COVID

Executive branch agencies weren't the only government organizations that faced the need to modernize during the pandemic. Congress was also forced during COVID-19 to innovate and go virtual to continue business in a remote manner. Sara Wilson has more on congressional modernization.


JAIC scales to 2.0

The Pentagon's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) had a definitive year, in many ways taking the next steps to becoming a full-fledged AI incubator. Under the helm of a new director, Lt. Gen. Michael Groen, the center entered a new era of growth — what is being referred to as JAIC 2.0. Jackson has the recap.


Pentagon leads DevSecOps boom

As the practice of DevSecOps grows across the federal government, no agency has invested as much in it as perhaps the DOD. And now the military services are looking for ways to scale this new culture across the department. Dave Nyczepir has this one.


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Data analytics and security platforms play key role in cloud migration

Even though cloud migration has been a mantra for federal agencies over the past decade, the pandemic made it starkly clear that all modernizations aren’t happening at the same pace. Splunk’s Ashok Sankar says that while leaders discuss modernization efforts, a combination of challenges makes it difficult to actually start the process. However, a collection of research shows that agencies are looking more to FedRAMP-authorized cloud services to help them speed up digital transformation projects. Read more.


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