Federal agency CIOs looking to move away from legacy and end-of-life applications may find themselves overwhelmed with the challenge.
With the average civilian agency can have over 100 legacy IT applications, agency leaders are left with a daunting job of moving and modernizing applications, rationalizing the application stack and transitioning agency resources to modern environments, says Alan Lawrence, vice president for federal at Boomi.
Lawrence shares what IT modernization initiatives look like for today’s civilian agencies, and why as-a-service platforms are helping IT leaders shorten the cycle between procurement and delivery of modern applications, in a video interview produced by FedScoop and underwritten by Boom:
How does IT modernization affect agencies’ ability to deliver services:
What the biggest story in federal IT modernization is today:
The biggest risk agencies IT leaders must face:
Alan Lawrence has nearly three decades of IT experience advising government agencies on how to improve its critical infrastructure and use data to solve cybersecurity challenges. Lawrence is currently focused on building smarter government powered with artificial intelligence at Boomi.
This video was produced by FedScoop and sponsored by Boomi.