Tag Archives: IT infrastructure

Lumen Wins Spots on $721M & $195M VA Contracts; David Young Quoted

David Young, SVP of Lumen's Public Sector

Lumen has secured a position as an authorized service provider on the $721 million Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) National Local Exchange Carrier Next Generation contract vehicle, as well as a spot on VA's $195 million Data and Wide Area Network Carrier contract vehicle. "Lumen's amazing platform for data and applications is ideally positioned to help government agencies like the VA achieve their IT modernization goals," said David Young, two-time Wash100 Award recipient and SVP for the public sector and Lumen's global hyperscaler business.

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Steve Harris, Dell EMC Federal SVP & GM, Inducted Into 2019 Wash100 for Leadership in IT Modernization, Cybersecurity and Cloud Migration Efforts

Executive Mosaic is glad to unveil Steve Harris, senior vice president and general manager of Dell EMC's federal business, as an inductee into the 2019 Wash100 “” Executive Mosaic's annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena “” for leading the company's efforts to help federal clients modernize IT infrastructure, improve cybersecurity posture and transition to cloud-based platforms.

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Dell EMC Federal's Steve Harris: Treating Infrastructure as a Platform Could Help Agencies Simplify Cyber Efforts

Government contractors and cybersecurity professionals discussed the challenge of simplifying federal agencies' efforts to protect their information technology infrastructure from cyber attacks during the RSA Public Sector conference held Monday in San Francisco, CyberScoop reported TuesdaySteve Harris, senior vice president and general manager of Dell EMC's federal business, told the publication on the sidelines of the conference about the complexity and issues posed by security systems in an IT infrastructure to agency employees.He discussed an approach that agencies can implement to streamline their cybersecurity efforts.
 

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GSA Issues RFQ for White House's Centers of Excellence

The General Services Administration has asked industry for quotations to provide staffing support for the White House's proposed centers of excellence, Nextgov reported Thursday. The proposed CoEs will advance several technology programs such as information technology infrastructure optimization; cloud adoption; service delivery analytics; contact centers; and customer experience. GSA could award by …

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In the News: Gary Wang, Deputy CIO/G-6 for the U.S. Army

As most industry professionals are aware, one of the major issues the Army is currently facing is how to most efficiently accelerate to a modern, secure and globally-available network, especially in the armed services, and how to capitalize on cloud-based infrastructure and all relevant processes. One man whose reputation preceeds …

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ViaWest to Provide Exclusive Colocation Services for Hitachi Data Systems IT Infrastructure

Hitachi America has selected ViaWest to be the exclusive colocation provider for the Hitachi Data Systems information technology infrastructure under a five-year, $6.6 million contract. ViaWest said Monday it will house the HDS IT infrastructure at a 3,600-square-foot area at the ViaWest Compark Data Center in Denver, Colorado. The 140,000-square-foot colocation and hosting center …

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CSRA's Larry Prior Shares Views on Federal Govt’s IT Infrastructure, Cybersecurity & Cloud Adoption

Larry Prior, CEO of federal technology services contractor CSRA, has said he thinks the next U.S. administration should prioritize efforts to update and repair the federal government's information technology infrastructure as the country competes in the global economy. Prior told CRN associate editor Jimmy Sheridan in an interview published Thursday that …

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Intelligent Decisions Eyes Army IT Infrastructure Requirements Under ITES-3H; Joe Armstrong Comments

Intelligent Decisions seeks to provide information technology infrastructure to the U.S. Army under the potential $5 billion Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 3 Hardware contract the service branch awarded in February. The company said Tuesday it will work to meet Army requirements for Unix-based and non-Unix-based servers, workstations, storage systems, networking equipment, network printers …

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