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3 Key Lessons from the IRS’ Data Modernization

Monolithic legacy systems are common within federal agencies, but in a world where organizations must now move at the speed of their customers, holding on to legacy infrastructure can reduce agility, lead to inefficiencies and prevent agencies from taking action on their data. The IRS faced this challenge as it tried to unlock data from…

Simplifying Complex IT: Three Modernization Lessons from Government IT Leaders

Government IT modernization is now in full swing, with agencies increasingly adopting cloud-based systems and SaaS solutions to enhance their agility, improve operational efficiency and cultivate more data-driven decision-making within their organizations. However, for all its benefits, modernization is still inherently complex. To truly become digitally-driven organizations, governments must increase visibility into their IT ecosystem…

October 19 - October 20, 2021 Location: McLean, VA

DefenseChain Conference - Offsite Link

DefenseChain Conference will provide unparalleled insight and information on Defense spending trends and supply chain issues. From program outlooks to defense acquisition reforms and supplier concerns, this event hosted by Aviation Week Network will focus on key components driving the Defense industry. Topics covered at this Conference include changing government customer demands, global market conditions, A&D industry consolidation and contract awards. Emphasis will be on forecasts and pursuing sustainable growth opportunities plus new initiatives. We are excited to exhibit with our partners, AWS, at the conference - stop by our booth!

Location: Online

How SaaS is Taking Shape at Veterans Affairs - Offsite Link

As agencies increasingly migrate operations to the cloud and look to move their computing off-prem, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions are becoming more popular because of their benefits in speed and scalability.

Hear from Drew Myklegard, executive director of demand management at Department of Veterans Affairs, and Chris Borneman, CTO of Software AG Government Solutions, in a GovFocus interview here.

How SaaS is Taking Shape at Veterans Affairs

As agencies increasingly migrate operations to the cloud and look to move their computing off-prem, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions are becoming more popular because of their benefits in speed and scalability. Hear from Drew Myklegard, executive director of demand management at Department of Veterans Affairs, and Chris Borneman, CTO of Software AG Government Solutions, in a…

Software as a Service Reduces Cost of Modernization

The use of Software as a Service (SaaS) capacities have shown considerable potential for widely reducing the costs of modernizing federal agencies, particularly in terms of alleviating the operating costs and scope of human capital required to update their IT systems. Among larger federal agencies, the Department of Veterans Affairs has already implemented SaaS within…

Data’s Role in a Nation’s Defense | Software AG Government Solutions

Three Approaches the VA Can Take to Successfully Tackle IT Modernization

Since 2014, the Veterans Administration has been undergoing rapid IT modernization efforts designed to make broad reforms to its business lines. These changes are designed to improve customer experiences, largely by leveraging new technology which will improve the quality of services and make them easier to use. The agency’s key modernization priorities include improving customer…