Embracing the spirit of the Federal IT Modernization Initiatives.
FITARA – The Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act put federal agency CIOs in control of IT investments and required them to provide the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) with a comprehensive inventory of data centers. FITARA includes the Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI).
MGT Act – The Modernizing Government Technology Act (HR 2227) focuses on reducing wasteful IT spending and strengthening information security by accelerating the federal government’s adoption of modern technology. MGT establishes a fund to support modernization.
EO 13800 – The purpose of this Executive Order is to strengthen the cybersecurity of federal networks and critical infrastructure.
All these initiatives have common objectives – to reduce waste and spend smarter on government computing infrastructure, and make that infrastructure and its supporting systems more modern and more secure for the American public.
Sounds simple. It is anything but.
The good news is that these initiatives also acknowledge the difficulty of fulfilling these tasks, so the DCOI mandated the use of a Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solution as a “must have”, recognizing it as the tool to ease the burden of meeting the requirements. Nlyte’s Federal customers have put the DCIM software platform to the test, not only to comply with the mandates, but also innovatively execute their IT Modernization strategies.
Want to hear how they’re doing this?
Pete Tseronis, former Federal CTO at the Department of Energy, now the CEO and Founder of Dots and Bridges, will join Nlyte Software CMO, Mark Gaydos, for a live webinar providing an overview of the latest information on the Federal IT Initiatives and how agencies are going beyond compliance and creating next gen data centers.
Join us for this complimentary webinar to learn:
- How DCIM can secure your Critical Infrastructure Ecosystems
- Best practices for your Digital Transformation
- Federal IT Modernization business and process trends
Date: Tuesday, February 6th
Time: 11:00 AM Pacific | 2:00 PM Eastern
Pete and Mark look forward to addressing your questions. Sign up today to join the conversation.