Tag Archives: shared services

Microsoft's Jeremy Goldberg: Building Digital Government Requires Long-Term Sustained Investments

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Jeremy Goldberg, a member of the worldwide public sector organization at Microsoft, wrote in a guest piece published Tuesday on Nextgov that government agencies looking to build a resilient technology infrastructure in support of digital government initiatives should push for long-term, sustained investments. “To succeed, governments must create long-term integrated plans that encompass enterprise architecture, funding and policy support for scaling infrastructure, shared services, automation and workforce development/skills building,“ he suggested.

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Survey Highlights Data Sharing Opportunity in Federal IT Modernization Efforts; Red Hat's David Egts Comments

A new report by MeriTalk has found that 73 percent of federal information technology leaders said that deriving data from legacy applications is vital in efforts to advance government reform and use of shared services. The publication said Thursday it conducted an online survey of 275 federal IT leaders in January …

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PV Puvvada: Agencies Should Collaborate, Utilize Shared Services to Meet IT Modernization Goals

PV Puvvada, president of Unisys‘ federal systems business, has said that federal agencies should establish cross-agency partnerships and utilize shared services to achieve information technology modernization goals. Puvvada, an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2017, wrote in an opinion piece published Friday on FCW that the need for shared services …

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Dell EMC's Cameron Chehreh: IT Network Simplification Key to Federal Shared Services Adoption, Cyber Efforts

Cameron Chehreh, chief technology officer of Dell EMC's federal business, has said the move to centralize nonmission-critical information technology systems would help the federal government build up its cybersecurity posture through a reduction in the network's attack surface, MeriTalk reported Monday. His remarks are in response to the August release of an IT …

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IBM's Dan Chenok: Govt Should Invest in Modern Tech to Transform Service Delivery

Dan Chenok, executive director of IBM's Center for the Business of Government, has said the federal government should implement strategies to accelerate the adoption of novel technology platforms and processes, transform the way agencies deliver services to citizens and save money. Chenok wrote in guest piece published Tuesday on FCW that those strategies include investment in …

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Technology CEO Council Recommends $1T Cost Reduction Plan for Trump Administration

A new report from the Technology CEO Council outlines ways the federal government could save approximately $1 trillion in the next decade through the implementation of modern technologies. The report titled “The Government We Need” has been shared with President Donald Trump’s team including Vice President Mike Pence and White House Chief of Staff …

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GSA Seeks Info on SaaS Offerings for Admin Functions; Beth Angerman Comments

The General Services Administration has kicked off its search for industry sources of software-as-a-service offerings for administrative functions in a request for information issued by the agency. GSA said Wednesday its unified shared services management office seeks information about modular and interoperable ways to deliver common technology services and about the Federal Integrated …

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Mark Scallion on SAP Public Services’ Analytics Work With Civilian Agencies, How Agencies Can ‘Re-Imagine’ IT

Mark Scallion leads the federal civilian business as a vice president for SAP Public Services, a subsidiary of the global technology services conglomerate that focuses on work with government agencies in areas such as electronic government and shared services. A two-decade industry veteran, Scallion led SAP Public Services’ Defense Department organization for three years prior …

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