• The Evolution of Military Manufacturing

    The GAO recommends many actions which it believes will improve the way the DOD acquires defense systems. Too often programs run into problems during development because requirements are unrealistic and cost and schedule are underestimated. But, there is a vision for a more effective way that takes into account the design and manufacturing needs of a new approach, a vision for the Future of Making Things. This eBook will examine the problems currently undermining systems acquisition in the federal community, the near future of manufacturing involving new materials and processes, and what that could mean for DOD and federal systems acquisition. Read More

  • Addressing Capstone Requirements for Files and Email

    Take control of your data to meet requirements for both Capstone and the new Federal Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI). Another key need is to obtain ownership information for all of your file content and ensure sensitive data is properly protected. Join us to learn how to shine a light on dark data, get rid of redundant, obsolete and trivial (ROT) data. Also, learn how classification can be used to tag content to accelerate congressional and FOIA requests. Read More

  • Modernizing the Supply Chain

    As infrastructures continue to evolve to meet data-driven demands, the management of an organization’s supply chain is no exception. Many organizations are looking to modernize their supply chain and logistic operations to optimize efficiency and get greater visibility from end to end. In this webcast, experts from General Dynamics and CDW-G discuss best practices in managing the supply chain for federal customers, with a focus on both the management and security of the supply chain. Read More

  • Executive Insights: Federal IT Computing

    Download this informative Executive Insights to learn how the right distributor can make a big difference—especially for smaller solution providers seeking federal business—by providing a breadth of products and competitive pricing, along with services such as consulting and financing. Read More

  • Avoid Information Overload

    So what constitutes effective, comprehensive information governance in 2016? It’s about being able to see what you have, understanding the gaps, and devising a strategy to fill those gaps. Once that’s done, the next step is taking action by implementing policies to align behaviors with goals. Only then can an agency begin to truly improve data management and risk, avoid liabilities and costs, and ensure the valuable information is fully accessible. Download this helpful report to learn how agencies are using information governance tools to increase overall efficiency and productivity. Read More

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