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Contract Guide: GSA IT Schedule 70: Whitepaper

GSA’s IT Schedule 70 has been the major go-to vehicle for federal agencies to buy IT products and, more recently, services. At close to $16 billion in annual sales, it takes up a large chunk of the government’s overall yearly IT budget. But it’s facing uncertain times as the overall fiscal climate squeezes the resources GSA can devote to it, and competing vehicles such as agency GWACs loom in its mirror. Changes are coming to the venerable IT contract, and both users and vendors need to prepare. Download the contract guide now.

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Extending Government Security Intelligence with Big Data Analytics and Exploration: Whitepaper

The asymmetric nature of today’s cyber threats means that federal organizations face dangers from multiple fronts. To effectively combat this rapidly shifting threat landscape, it is clear that government agencies must utilize a comprehensive, 360-degree approach to protecting critical systems and infrastructure from all manner of threats.


The Cloud: Journey to the Cloud Starts with the Right Foundation: Asset

Download this Executive Summary from the recent event titled "Strategies for Creating Cloud Builder Organizations Across Government" to learn about the current options of migrating to the cloud.


Intelligent Compliance: Establishing Trust in the Datacenter: Whitepaper

With the average cost of a data breach reaching $3.5 million, the pressure is intense to maintain the security and compliance of your data center. Discover how your organization may be at risk and how you can protect your data center from costly and highly visible breaches. Read the whitepaper today to put the trust back into your data center.