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Defense industry must buy into open standards for JADC2 to work, executives say

Defense firms must become more comfortable working together and sharing data in an open architecture if they hope to play a role in successfully delivering the military’s futuristic strategy for interconnected, sensor-driven battlefield operations, top defense industry executives said Tuesday. Billy Mitchell has the story.

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Oracle petitions Supreme Court not to dismiss its JEDI lawsuit

Oracle has petitioned the Supreme court to keep its lawsuit against the Department of Defense’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) cloud contract alive, despite the department’s decision earlier this year to scrap the heavily disputed cloud contract. John Hewitt Jones has the details.

GSA targeting governmentwide cloud vehicle launch for early fiscal 2022

The General Services Administration is expecting to offer a governmentwide contract vehicle for core cloud services in early fiscal 2022 as it launches a new cloud marketplace that could further centralize federal agency IT procurement. John Hewitt Jones reports.

White House nominates Douglas Bush as Army assistant secretary for acquisition.

The White House has nominated Douglas Bush as permanent assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology, a role he currently fulfills on an acting basis. John Hewitt Jones has this as well.

VMware earns FedRAMP High authorization in partnership with AWS

VMware has received a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) High authorization for its VMware Cloud product. Billy Mitchell has this also.


Unlock innovation and accelerate change with data

Data has become a growing gravitational force that’s helping government agencies unlock innovation and accelerate change, says Sandy Carter, Amazon Web Services Vice President for Worldwide Public Sector Partners and Programs. In a video keynote from the recent FedTalks Virtual Summit, Carter highlights how data-led migrations to the cloud are helping agencies like NASA, ICE, FINRA innovate faster. Hear more of what Carter said.


WATCH: City of Memphis’ CIO discusses the cities’ data modernization strategies

Kimberly Bailey says the city conducted a capacity and redundancy workshop and analyzed every server in its possession to determine a strategic cloud migration plan. Mission resiliency and disaster recovery are key factors to how the city funds their modernization initiatives. Watch Bailey’s full interview here.

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