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Carahsoft Technology has agreed to offer Opus Interactive's suite of hybrid and multicloud platforms and services to public sector customers through the former's Cloud Purchasing Program. "Opus Interactive's focus on compliance with FedRAMP and the latest regulatory mandates makes them a great addition to our cloud solutions portfolio under CPP,“ said John Lee, vice president of cloud services at Carahsoft.

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The General Services Administration‘s move to restructure its cloud computing authorization approval process aims to help cloud service providers streamline the steps necessary to achieve a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Authority to Operate designation, a Carahsoft executive has said. John Lee, vice president of cloud solutions at Carahsoft, wrote in a blog post published Tuesday the FedRAMP Accelerated review […] More
John Lee, vice president of cloud services at Carahsoft Technology, has said federal agencies should use NASA's Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle to buy information technology products and services in order to facilitate their transition to cloud computing environments. Lee wrote in an article published Tuesday that agencies can also leverage SEWP's statements of work in order to […] More
Carahsoft has won an Institute for Excellence in Sales award for the company’s program that allows cloud service providers to offer VMware-based technology to government customers. IES picked Carahsoft’s VMware vCloud Air Network Program to receive the 2015 IES Sales Award in the alliance management category, Carahsoft said Tuesday. “This program provides value and support […] More
John Lee, vice president of cloud solutions at information technology services provider Carahsoft Technology, has noted the redesigned website of the General Services Administration‘s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. Lee wrote Tuesday on the Carahsoft website that the revamp works to ease cloud vendors and government customers through the FedRAMP process and reflect new information […] More
QTS has partnered with Carahsoft Technology Corp. to offer U.S. government customers access to QTS’s information technology service offerings through a General Services Administration acquisition program. QTS said Thursday its data center, colocation and cloud offerings have been added to Carahsoft’s GSA Schedule 70 contract. The QTS 3Cs suite includes a FedRAMP-certified platform designed to […] More
John Lee serves as vice president of cloud services at Carahsoft, a role he has held since he joined the company in 2011. The nearly-three decade government information technology veteran is responsible for work to deliver the company’s pay-as-you-go licensing model for companies such as VMware, Red Hat, Adobe and Symantec, potential cloud service providers, system integrators and government agencies. Lee previously spent 10 years at FedBid and served as […] More
Carahsoft Technology Corp. has agreed to resell Racemi's server migration software and services to customers, technology partners and service providers. Racemi’s technology works to duplicate server workloads between diverse physical, virtual or private cloud environments, Racemi said Tuesday. Lawrence Guillory, Racemi CEO of Racemi, said the companies intend to combine Carahsoft's public sector portfolio and […] More
A General Dynamics subsidiary has begun to construct the first of six future U.S. Navy replenishment tankers designed to supply the service branch’s carrier strike group with fuel. General Dynamics NASSCO and Navy representatives gathered Thursday to celebrate the cutting of USNS John Lewis fleet oiler’s first piece of steel, the company said Friday. The ship will be built to carry […] More
John Parker, manager of tiltrotor business development at Boeing, has said the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Air Force might consider upgrading their fleet of Bell Boeing-built V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft with new weapons such as lasers and sonic waves, DoD Buzz reported Thursday. Oriana Pawlyk writes Parker told reporters Tuesday that officials have evaluated AGM-176 Griffin missile, […] More
Defense industry programmers are working to rewrite software on a Boeing-built unmanned aircraft prior to the drone's flight in 2017 in order to protect the system from hacking, Nextgov reported Wednesday. John Launchbury, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's lead for the program, told the publication the program aims “to conduct an experiment to prove […] More
Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory says it has experienced record growth for initiatives to move its scientific discoveries into the commercial sector in 2014. APL said Wednesday it signed 77 license agreements covering lab-developed technologies this year, up from 40 technology license deals recorded a year ago. The number of invention disclosures from the […] More
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