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Cloud technology at NGA; Financial management system transitions at DOD; Moving to the EIS contract

On today’s episode of The Daily Scoop Podcast, the U.S. Transportation Command is migrating its cloud applications to the Air Force’s Cloud One platform.

A Marine Corps financial management transition to a system at the Defense Logistics Agency is complete. Former Deputy Chief Financial Officer at the Department of Defense Mark Easton discusses how transitions like this help organizations audit themselves and help external auditors audit them better.

Agencies have another year to move contracts to the new Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) vehicle. 15 agencies got failing grades in the recent FITARA scorecard for their transition to EIS. Jim Williams, principal at Schambach and Williams Consulting and former deputy administrator and acting administrator of the General Services Administration, explains the challenges agencies are having in moving to EIS and how they can be resolved.

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is fusing commercial solutions and unclassified information in the cloud. Chris Johnson, deputy chief technology officer at NGA, tells Scoop News Group’s Wyatt Kash explains how NGA is using cloud technology to support its mission. This interview is part of FedScoop’s “Cloud-Driven Innovation in Federal Government” video campaign, sponsored by AWS.

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We discuss the latest news and trends facing government leaders on such topics as technology, management and workforce. The program will explore headlines of the day as well as in depth discussions with top executives in both government and industry.