Feds are on the clock to modernize their IT systems. The Modernizing Government Technology Act proposes an annual $250 million centralized revolving capital fund to upgrade the Federal government’s outdated IT infrastructure. With data centers commanding the majority of Uncle Sam’s $90 billion IT spend, change agents across government are exploring new paths to bring those aging data centers into the 21st century. With 10 out of 24 agencies receiving failing grades on DCOI progress in the most recent FITARA scorecard, data center modernization is critical to bringing desired emerging technologies – like edge computing – into the mainstream.
Attend this program on Tuesday, October 24 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. to hear insights, best practices, and solutions from technology leaders on how to get the end results your agency has been looking for in providing its cloud-era data centers with reduced operational costs and better security, speed, and efficiency to meet diverse mission requirements.