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How Serverless Is Solving Congress’ Full Voicemail Box Problem

Hearing “this voicemail box is full” on the other end of the phone line when trying to reach your member of Congress should not stop constituent voices from being heard. The U.S Congress has been facing this problem for a long time now, causing not only a challenge in community engagement, but also Congressional staff endless headaches. What if the solution was the use of a new serverless application? Article One is doing just that.

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A Cloud Timeline: U.S. Government’s Modernization Journey

Over the past decade, consecutive administrations and the U.S. Congress have focused on IT modernization, issuing policies, directives, and passing legislation to help agencies move from legacy systems to modern commercial technologies. Policies that embrace cloud help save the government and taxpayer money and become more efficient, customer-focused, and secure. The following is a brief timeline of the U.S. government’s continued journey to the cloud.

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Cybersecurity Chat: A Conversation with DHS, CIA, & Congressman Connolly

How do we accelerate progress in federal IT and maintain the velocity that we currently have? That was the main question asked during a lively conversation at the recent FedTalks in Washington, D.C. Just over a month after the White House appointed its first U.S. chief information security officer (CISO), Greg Touhill, cybersecurity took center […]

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