United States Government is the world’s largest consumer of information technology, spending over $76 billion annually on more than 10,000 different systems. In September 2009, the Federal Government launched the Cloud Computing Initiative and Apps.gov to streamline application adoption of cloud computing at Federal agencies. Since that time, Apps.gov has served as the Federal agency storefront for approved cloud computing applications, including business applications, cloud services, productivity apps and social media software.
While these steps have helped to speed-up Federal deployment of cloud computing, many small and medium-sized companies are still struggling to understand and capitalize on the opportunities presented by the Government’s embrace of cloud computing. In this webinar Matthew Goodrich, Project Manager for FedRAMP and Apps.gov, will outline the Cloud Computing strategy, how companies can get on the GSA schedule and participate via Apps.gov, as well as additional initiatives underway to further streamline the difficult procurement process that should make it easier for small and medium-sized companies to participate.
In this webinar you will hear from the GSA as they outline their Cloud Computing strategy, including Apps.gov, getting on the GSA schedule and more.
Project Manager, FedRAMP and Apps.gov
General Services Administration
Chief Executive Officer
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