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November 9, 2017
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Fueled by the Cyber Executive Order and the Modernizing Government Technology Act, government agencies are actively redefining the way they do business by utilizing new service delivery models to more effectively manage costs, improve performance, increase customer satisfaction, and deliver mission support services.

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. 

In the three segments, we hear from 1) Mark Glorioso, the Executive Director of NASA Shared Services Center, 2) CSRA president and CEO Larry Prior, and 3) Damon Bramble, CSRA Director-Defense. Watch below or click here for the full show (with CC) on YouTube. This show originally aired on News Channel 8 on November 8, 2017. 

For more information on CSRA's next-generation capabilities, visit csra.com/nextgen.

Mark Glorioso, the Executive Director of NASA Shared Services Center, recently spoke to Government Matters about the NASA Shared Services Center. In this segment, he describes how NASA was a pioneer of shared services—a journey which started over ten years ago and has grown into a multi-function shared services operation handling several of NASA business services.
In this second segment of the Journey to a Next-Gen Federal Government, CSRA president and CEO Larry Prior discusses how cybersecurity is a key catalyst driving modernization across federal agencies and the risks and rewards of outcome-based contracting.
In this final segment of the Journey to a Next-Gen Federal Government, Damon Bramble, CSRA Director-Defense, will discuss the milCloud 2.0 project to provide commercial cloud services to manage military systems through an as-a-service business model, allowing for IT flexibility, efficiencies, cost savings, and an enhanced security posture.