Dell EMC’s Cameron Chehreh Outlines Gov’t IT Modernization Lessons Learned From USAF

Cameron Chehreh

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 6, 2019 “” Cameron Chehreh, chief technology officer for the federal sector at Dell EMC, believes the information technology modernization effort within the U.S. Air Force’s air and space operation centers provides lessons learned that government agencies can adopt to update their own IT infrastructure, GovCon Wire reported May 28.

Chehreh wrote that the Air Force’s experience implementing its aerial refueling scheduling application and the creation of the Kessel Run unit after the app’s success demonstrate that agencies should start with small programs and simple but logical approaches before working toward a larger effort.

Agencies should also implement scale-out strategies and establish a mindset where cloud is an operating model that is just one element in delivering “efficient and effective IT,” Chehreh added.

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