Trump's IT Modernization Moment

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.

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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 Gains Market Share in Federal Sector

Phase One ( 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.

Phase One Forms Strategic Partnership with SpringCM

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Phase One ( 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.

The Next President's IT Modernization Moment

Over the last two decades, much has been said about how to modernize Federal IT.  Laws have been passed, policies have been issued, white papers have been written, conferences have been attended.  20 years later, we have a mess.  $80B in annual spending, recurring cyber breaches, and a concentration of spending on operations and maintenance that is basically destroying any hope of helping missions with better technology solutions. Depressed?  There is hope.