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FedRAMP drafts ‘Tailored’ approach to authorizing low-risk applications
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) unveiled Thursday the first draft of another tool it will add to its kit — a way to more efficiently authorize low-risk cloud services.
Could data be a challenge reward? Intelligence agency official says it’s worth exploring
Using challenges or competitions to bring non-traditional companies into the fold is now a somewhat familiar tool for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, but its deputy director said Monday the agency is starting to think about how to use its vast quantities of data to drive them.
Cloud.gov becomes first fully open-source solution authorized by FedRAMP
18F's cloud.gov has now been authorized by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, making it the first fully open-sourced solution to complete the process, the General Services Administration said.
Defense systems agency’s CTO to retire in February
After about 31 years in government, Defense Information Systems Agency Chief Technology Officer David Mihelcic is set to retire from federal service in February.
Halvorsen makes Silicon Valley trip with NATO, allied CIOs
Pentagon CIO Terry Halvorsen is on the West Coast this week talking to the big names in tech — and he will be joined by his counterparts from NATO and the militaries of several U.S. allies.
18F: More than 300 applications deployed to cloud.gov
In the span of just a few months, the General Services Administration's 18F digital tiger team has deployed more than 300 applications from various agencies to its open-source platform-as-a-service pilot project cloud.gov, officials told FedScoop.