Cybersecurity is front and center on the minds of nearly all federal IT professionals.
Huge budgets and myriad laws, policies, directives, best practices, products and services are dedicated to protecting federal IT applications and data. In fact, one could argue that we deploy more money and people to cybersecurity than any other organization in the world. Hack after hack leads us to only one question: Why are we failing?
Jerad Speigel, CEO at Phase One, discusses how industry can help shape I.T. policy in the Trump administration. Watch the 6 minute clip from the Monday, December 5 episode of Government Matters, hosted by Francis Rose.
Phase One reached another milestone by becoming a Platinum Salesforce Consulting Partner on December 1, 2016. This elite-tier status reflects Phase One’s ability to provide Salesforce integration and development services within some of the most complex client technology environments in the world. Phase One’s successes are due in part to its rich history of technology consulting services and the need for those skills on larger, transformative Salesforce integration efforts. Being a Platinum level partner places Phase One into a select tier within the Salesforce partner ecosystem, and most notably, Phase One becomes the only Platinum level Salesforce partner focused exclusively on the $80B federal IT market.
We have finally reached the conclusion of a presidential campaign that seemed like it would never end. Thankfully, we can now focus our energy on the future and what steps the incoming administration must take to improve how government operates. And regardless of whether the Trump administration is more concerned about the cost of government or how well the government delivers services to citizens, the state of federal IT will be a critical contributing factor.
The state of legacy applications in the private and public sector are untenable Legacy applications cost too much, and are not able to be secured. This is all about to change. In Phase One's new book, "A Transformative Moment in Federal IT", you are taken on a journey that explains why we have so many IT application problems, and how they can be fixed using Platform as a Service. Get your free copy of this book today.
Phase One (www.pocg.com) continues to expand its footprint in the Federal market with a recently awarded contract in support of the National Park Service and the Department of the Interior. As the prime contractor, Phase One will use its expertise in Platform as a Service to modernize the Volunteer.gov volunteer management system.
Phase One (www.pocg.com) has made significant traction in the federal sector, with its sixth- consecutive task order award on the highly -competitive GSA Salesforce Implementation, Integration and Support Services (SIISS) BPA. Phase One has won all six tasks competed on the vehicle, having received awards from the U.S. State Department, U.S. Small Business Administration, General Services Administration, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Phase One (www.pocg.com) announced today that SpringCM and Phase One have formed a strategic partnership. This exclusive alliance will allow Phase One's federal customers to benefit from the commercial sector best practices that SpringCM brings to document management. By using SpringCM, users can access all their contracts and documents directly within the Salesforce interface. SpringCM is the best choice for Salesforce users seeking to centralize and automate their contracts and documents.