March 18, 2021
Interview Published by TechTarget — SearchITChannel, John Moore

Federal Technology Upgrade Could See Cyber, SaaS Outlay

Channel partners expect major shifts in the government’s technology priorities. Find out which IT trends are poised to shape spending in the coming years.

Federal technology upgrade could see cyber, SaaS outlayThe federal technology market under the Biden administration is emphasizing cybersecurity, cloud, and systems modernization among other initiatives. Government agencies are expected to tap into a range of technology transformation projects, including mainframe migration and cloud adoption.

John Moore, Senior Feature Writer at Tech Target – SearchITChannel, shares his findings on the major shifts in the government’s technology priorities and the IT trends that will shape spending in the coming years. Brendan Walsh, SVP of Partner Relations 1901 Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, shares the importance of cloud investments in agencies’ modernization and digital transformation efforts, the value of FedRAMP, and other federal IT market drivers.

Other companies mentioned were Windward Consulting, Accenture, InterVision, SHI International Corp., and Deltek.

Read the full interview here.

“Agencies can take advantage of a platform’s FedRAMP authorization versus incurring the expense of pursuing FedRAMP status on their own for each customer and project. In addition, the cloud offers speed. Building new systems from scratch would make it difficult for agencies to address the urgency of modernization and keep up with the pace of technology change.” – Brendan Walsh, SVP of Partner Relations at 1901 Group, a Leidos Company

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