We’re excited to hear from our most experienced, thought-provoking line-up yet of senior agency officials, technology leaders and innovators.
Results for “standards”
Designers know the value of stock content. It’s fast and convenient to use, costs less than creating custom content, and is available in a huge variety to serve almost any design. When stock content is repurposed over time, it can be an investment rather than an expense. But realizing the efficiencies of stock content is not always so easy, especially for the public sector.
In July, Adobe Experience Manager and Connect Managed Services received FedRAMP Authorization for its Cloud Services for Government. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) granted Adobe an Authority to Operate (ATO) for these specific cloud services run by Adobe Managed Services.
Last week, Roy T. Fielding, Senior Principal Scientist at Adobe and co-founder of the Apache HTTP Server Project, came to Washington, DC to meet with 18F, a digital consultancy for the U.S. Government inside the General Services Administration. 18F is also the programmatic home of Presidential Innovation Fellowship. Dr. Fielding and I spoke with the 18F team about innovation, policy and a wide-range of technology issues.
Across Government IT leadership these days, the high-level focus has definitively shifted to address the three new basic commodities of the Information Age: Mobile, Social and Cloud. The explosive growth of connected citizens, social networking, mobile web browsing and cloud storage availability has challenged Government agencies to fundamentally redefine and re-architect services that were previously unimaginable or even nonexistent.