Agencies should invest in agile, cloud-based IT infrastructure in order to reap the benefits of reduced IT enterprise costs and improved digital service delivery, according to an interview by FedScoop.
Cameron Chehreh, chief operating officer and chief technology officer at Dell EMC Federal, and Steve Orrin, chief technologist at Intel Federal, said in the interview that the economics of as-a-service investments, paired with agile development, can help agencies significantly improve and transform the type of digital services they offer to the public.
Chehreh contends that contrary to the perception that government agencies are lagging behind the private sector in adopting available enterprise technologies, federal agencies are more on par with the commercial sector than is commonly thought.
“There are a lot of great pockets of transformation occurring,” he says, pointing to the Federal Communications Commission as an example of an agency that has successful migrated to an agile enterprise IT environment.
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