Fueled by technological, legislative and policy developments, 2017 marked an important transition year in the future of government IT that will shape decisions and directions into the next decade. We asked our CSRA colleagues to share their insights on the past year and what we might expect in the year ahead.
In December, President Trump signed into law the Modernizing Government Technology Act (MGT) as part of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act. What might Federal IT leaders expect as they begin to unpack the Act’s contents in the New Year?
The President has declared that the current opioid epidemic facing our nation is a national health crisis. The problem is enormous, and resources—money, time, energy—are limited. In this situation, data can be the epidemic-fighters’ best friend.
Watch our Government Matters TV show, The Journey to a Next-Gen Federal Government, to learn more about next-generation delivery models, such as shared services and secure cloud, to support a wide array of business services for government.
“The AFCEA Health IT Day is an excellent opportunity for CSRA to get together with our customers from across the federal healthcare community and listen to their individual challenges and to share success stories about how they have been able to implement next-generation IT and processes to address their needs.”
I’m very excited that CSRA was named a top tech and engineering internship program two years in a row by Vault Magazine, which placed us as the top internship program for 2017 in the government services industry and #10 among all Tech and Engineering internship programs in the country.
"Events like ServiceNow’s Federal Forum provide future customers with a better sense of understanding ServiceNow’s capabilities, but also help to give them insights into what their own journey might look like."
The current model for the U.S. military presence in Singapore dates to 1990, when the U.S. Navy established a significant presence at Sembawang base facilities. CSRA’s OCONUS Navy Network Team is there, as well as CSRA’s Military Sealift Command Afloat Team, supporting the logistics mission also resident at Sembawang.
I recently visited CSRA's OCONUS Navy Network Team based in Yokosuka, which is about an hour outside of Tokyo, Japan. I’m inspired by their willingness to support our U.S. Naval Forces in the Pacific region tirelessly - and so close to potential adversaries. Hear their stories in this video.
CSRA’s Small Business Growth Team is gearing up for the 8(a) Small Business Conference this week in Nashville. We are looking forward to fostering key partnerships with talented small businesses and connecting with our government customers to better understand their IT and mission challenges heading into 2018.
The CSRA OCONUS Navy network team has proudly served our deployed Sailors for over six years, and it is one of my very favorite programs to visit. Their mission is simple but vitally important: provide secure network support to our Navy wherever they need it, providing the communications pathways vital to keep our Fleets patrolling the sea lanes and championing the interests of the United States wherever they are threatened.
CSRA recently brought together dozens of small businesses as part of its teaming effort in advance of its bid on the U.S. Navy’s NGEN-R. The event allowed CSRA to scout for innovative subcontractors that can bring next-gen technologies and agility to its team.
Paula Thrasher, Chief Architect of CSRA’s Intel Innovation Center, has won recognition as the Best DevOps Transformation Leader of 2017 by a panel of judges from within the DevOps community.
CSRA will launch milCloud® 2.0 beginning February 1 in two locations—three months ahead schedule. Get the latest news here.
Healthcare and IT leaders from both the private and public sectors converge next week at AFCEA Bethesda’s annual Health IT Day. “It’s a tremendous opportunity for us to listen to and interface with our customers and to learn about the challenges they’re facing and understand how we can help them solve these challenges.”