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02/02/2021
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AWS is now on milCloud 2.0

Military services and other defense agencies have a new option to move their workloads and data to Amazon Web Services' cloud. General Dynamics IT announced Monday that it had added AWS as a commercial cloud services provider under the Department of Defense's milCloud 2.0. With AWS now onboard, the partnership increases AWS’s size in the defense market and gives agencies a new option to migrate to the public cloud in the pay-as-you-go milCloud 2.0 system. Prior to this, milCloud 2.0 was largely an on-premise, private cloud offering. Jackson Barnett has the news.


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JAIC gets an AI acquisition portal

The Pentagon's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) awarded a prototype contract to the nonprofit Indiana Innovation Institute to set up and manage an agile acquisition portal that it’s calling “Tradewind.” Once up and running, the portal will allow the JAIC to communicate directly with prospective vendors and stay in touch with those already on-contract, something the JAIC currently cannot easily do. More from Jackson.


DHS wants help with automating electronic invoicing

The Department of Homeland Security wants to automate electronic invoicing so it can process the more than 200,000 submissions it handles annually in accordance with federal requirements. The department issued a sources sought synopsis for IT support that will help its Financial Systems Modernization (FSM) Joint Program Management Office (JPMO) implement products that will properly receive electronic submissions and manage data. Dave Nyczepir has this.


Biden's vacant CIO roles

As President Joe Biden took office, several politically appointed federal chief information officers resigned from their roles. The resignations — a procedural norm after every presidential election — left senior IT leadership vacancies at several large federal departments and agencies. As CIOs are appointed, FedScoop will keep you updated with the new (or returning) faces in the federal CIO community. Billy Mitchell tracks the vacancies and new hires.


Using Managed Services to Better Meet the Mission

Federal agencies continue to look for more effective ways to modernize their IT systems. We would like to know your view and experience in your agency’s use of contracted services to manage and modernize its IT operations. All responses are kept anonymous. Share your thoughts.


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