The intangible foundation of the digital strategy

Cloud computing forms the ethereal foundation of the administration’s digital strategy, reports Rutrell Yasin at Government Computer News.

“The cloud is the enabler for the digital revolution,” said Gregg “Skip” Bailey, now director and federal cloud lead for Deloitte Consulting LLP. As a result, the administration’s Cloud First policy, Federal Risk Authorization and Management Program, and the digital strategy are interconnected, Bailey, a former CIO with the Justice Department’s Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, said in an interview.

To read Yasin's complete report, click here.

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