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Software AG Government Solutions partners with MxD to provide supply chain risk alerting to U.S. Department of Defense

Herndon, VA – April 8, 2021 – Software AG Government Solutions today announced the company will provide hybrid integration solutions to support MxD, the nation’s Digital Manufacturing Institute and the National Center for Cybersecurity in Manufacturing, in its efforts to deliver a supply chain risk alert framework to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). In…

Software AG’s Ian Thompson on Time to Value: Understanding and Organizing Federal IT Assets | Software AG Government Solutions

WATCH: Software AG’s Ian Thompson on Time to Value: Understanding and Organizing Federal IT Assets

WashingtonExec’s Amanda Ziadeh sits down with Ian Thompson, vice president of federal civilian for Software AG Government Solutions, to discuss the current objectives driving federal agencies to organize and understand their application portfolios. Thompson also shares some of the challenges agencies face in their application rationalization initiative, how successful federal agencies have started the process…

SAGGS CEO Tod Weber Named

SAGGS CEO Tod Weber Named “Top 30 Public Sector Leaders to Watch in 2020” - Offsite Link

For WashingtonExec’s Top 30 Public Sector Leaders to Watch in 2020 list, they identified the best of the best providing the tools, strategies and systems to do so. These leaders bring the experience, knowledge and expertise needed in all areas of government, including energy and the environment, financial services, health, homeland security, law enforcement and…

Taking a More Holistic View – How Enterprise Architecture and Technology Business Management are Improving Government IT - Offsite Link

Governments are increasingly adopting a more comprehensive enterprise architecture approach for managing their technology assets. Some organizations are pushing further, implementing a “ technology business management” platform that brings together every aspect of IT within a unified framework. Government Technology spoke to Jeff Chancellor, (pictured, near right) the principal systems engineer for Soft ware AG…

WATCH: Software AG’s Chris Borneman on Recent FedRAMP Authorization Achievement - Offsite Link

Senior writer Amanda Ziadeh sat down with Chris Borneman, chief technology officer of Software AG Government Solutions, to discuss the company’s recent Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program moderate authorization for Software AG Government Cloud, and what it means for the federal government. Borneman also shares how federal agencies can take advantage of Software AG’s Alfabet…

FedRAMP Authorized Government Cloud | Software AG Government Solutions

Software AG Government Solutions Achieves FedRAMP Authorization

Herndon, VA, August 18, 2020 – Software AG Government Solutions announced today it has been awarded FedRAMP Moderate Authorization for Software AG Government Cloud, which allows Federal agencies to take advantage of Software AG’s Alfabet product in a secure SaaS model. This provides rapid deployment and fast time-to-value within the recognized leadership and security of…

Are Data and People at the Hearts of your Modernization Efforts? - Offsite Link

Behind every government mainframe computer is an untold story. Rarely do we hear about the employees who dedicate their careers to writing code, building systems and finding ways to keep the government’s critical, bulk transactions running for decades. These stories don’t get the glory and rarely get attention unless something goes horribly wrong. But dissecting…

Why Data Drives Mainframe Modernization - Offsite Link

Mainframes are arguably the heart of government technology. At every level, agencies use them for such vital activities as data processing and resource planning. No matter the activity, however, mainframes keep agencies serving citizens effectively. But what happens when mainframes approach retirement age? For agencies, the answer is more strain on their people, processes and…