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DCAA Compliance Requires Better Processes and Flexible Tools - 'Documentation Traceability' Can Build Confidence in Audits: Asset

This whitepaper serves to educate government contractors on the need for reliable, accessible and traceable data that reconciles internal billing information with federal contracts. In this paper, relevant experience from Government Contractors who are utilizing Microsoft Dynamics financial and operations management solutions successfully to meet the FAR requirements is provided. Additionally, industry experts comment on the best practices in industry and provide additional background as to what DCAA is expecting and how to accomplish that through foundational best practices.

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All-Flash Storage for Dummies: Whitepaper

All-Flash Storage for Dummies, NetApp Special Edition, explores the expanding role of all‐flash storage in the enterprise. Originally used to accelerate performance for dedicated, mission-critical applications, all-flash arrays are now replacing disk and hybrid-flash systems as the preferred storage systems for virtualized environments. At the same time, scale‐out solutions have emerged that are designed to power the new cloud services of the future.


Infographic | Improving Contractor Accountability: Asset

With the increase of government contractors within federal agencies, it is important to understand the benefits of tracking and accountability. Download this informative infographic to learn how near-real-time contractor tracking would help improve accountability and optimize oversight in your agency.


Lessons Learned from Healthcare.gov: Why Application Monitoring is Mission-Critical: Whitepaper

The newest generation of citizen services is running in the cloud. On paper, that makes perfect sense. The cloud provides a flexible, scalable platform for extending services to wherever citizens might be. In practice, however, it's inviting trouble. Too often, organizations move services to the cloud without the ability to monitor application and website performance. The more successful a service is, the more likely it is that transactions will drop and outages occur—with the agency having no idea why. This whitepaper analyzes the perfect use case: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which runs some of the most high-profile public websites, including Healthcare.gov.