Cloudy Days are Here to Stay

Cloud services have allowed federal agencies to meet the demands of quickly scaling digital government initiatives while maintaining a high level of security. It's also been a huge money-saver. The government has yielded $4.7 billion in savings by closing data centers and relying more and more on cloud. The federal government spent a total of $12.3 billion in FY22 on cloud goods and services, a 30 percent increase from the previous year.

To ensure agencies continue to see savings amidst increased spending, there are several initiatives in place to modernize how government procures and pays for cloud services. Continue reading

The Top 5 Government Services Companies of 2012

Originally posted by Mark Micheli on GovExec

The government services industry is the second fastest growing industry ináAmerica, according toáInc. Magazine'sá"Inc. 5000."áEvery year since 2007,áInc. has released the "Inc. 5000," a list of the fastest growing privately held companies in America. Measuring aggregate growth from 2008 - 2011, the government services industry has grown by 145 percent, second only to growth in private media.

Below is a look atáInc.'sáfive fastest growing government services companies:

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