When US President Barack Obama called on the Congress for laws that would protect the country’s citizens, businesses and infrastructure from various cyber threats, it sounded like a welcome (if overdue) call to arms. Unfortunately, what most people didn’t immediately realize is that cyber defense is likely to cost a huge amount of money.
This notice is issued by NASA Headquarters Procurement Office on behalf of the Office of Chief Information Officer (OCIO) to post a draft Statement of Work (SOW) via the internet and solicit responses from interested parties. Interested parties are invited to submit a statement of capability outlining past work that is related to this requirement.
Government agencies need to overcome funding uncertainties and other major barriers in order to realize savings from virtualizing their servers and desktops, according to a new study by MeriTalk. The report, “Virtualization Vacuum: The 2012 Government Virtualization Study,” surveyed government IT decision makers. One of the key findings is that 82 percent of federal and […]