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Oracle has received a new authority to operate for a set of cloud offerings under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, expanding the range of Oracle cloud products available to the federal government. The company said Wednesday the Joint Authorization Board awarded the FedRAMP high provisional ATO while the Defense Information Systems Agency granted […] More
Tamara Greenspan, group vice president and general manager for public sector applications at Oracle, was elected to serve as member of the board of directors of the Homeland Security and Defense Business Council. During her three-year term, Greenspan will contribute to the council’s programs and efforts in supporting the homeland security enterprise and work with […] More

Ken Glueck, an executive vice president at Oracle, said the federal government looking to advance information technology modernization should focus on buying commercial cloud applications. “Focusing on applications also brings the additional benefit of modernizing government infrastructure. Investing in applications makes government data centers more efficient and secure as part of the package because modern cloud applications come with cloud infrastructure already included,“ he wrote.

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The FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board (JAB) has granted Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Government Cloud Services a provisional authority to operate, the company announced Tuesday. "Achieving a FedRAMP JAB P-ATO is a key step as we help our public sector customers take advantage of OCI's security, innovation, and cost savings for their missions." said Scott Twaddle, vice president of Oracle's regulated markets for OCI.

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Oracle has built a cloud application system for a National Institutes of Health component to identify qualified participants for large-scale clinical trials of vaccines and monoclonal antibody therapies for the novel coronavirus. The registry is designed to screen indviduals who have volunteered to join tests through the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases' COVID-19 Prevention Network, Oracle said Thursday.

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