Amy Hilbert on Contracting, Cloud Services, Cyberthreats During Pandemic [WashingtonExec]
- August 16, 2020
- by AMANDA ZIADEH
The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed federal agencies to accelerate decades of technological change into a matter of weeks or months, leading to large-scale innovation. At the center of these quick transformations are cloud services. According to a Bloomberg Government report, federal agencies are on track to spend $7.1 billion in cloud-related investments in 2020.
To assess the future of government contracting and cloud services in a post-pandemic world, WashingtonExec asked Casepoint Vice President of Public Sector Amy Hilbert about COVID-19’s current impact on cloud services, related emerging security concerns, and how cloud capabilities help agencies fulfill critical missions. Hilbert also discusses the status of a cloud solution pilot project with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
To read the full interview, visit WashingtonExec.com.
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