Navy IT Savings in the Cloud: Moving Navy data-centers, websites, and networks to secure cloud computing will more than likely reduce cost in IT spending and accelerate mobility of secure applications and secure data for fast paced decision making in critical operational environments. Further information is available at Acquisition and Use of Commercial Cloud Computing Services.
Cloud computing task order on SeaPort-e is a systematic process, which includes consideration of the Department of the Navy cloud acquisition strategy and SeaPort-e task order processes for accepting and performing orders issued by a Contracting Officer within the span of the Multiple Award Agreement.
Cloud Computing Task Order on SeaPort-eAccording to Section B through H, the information of Task order covers all relevant data that includes Line Items, statement of work or objectives, packaging and marking information, data rights, inspection and acceptance of the services, period of performance, security, and gov...Read More
Cloud computing with service disabled veteran owned small business firms on SeaPorte gains advantages from experienced veteran business owners. Veterans who have served retain institutional service knowledge combined with best commercial practices with know-how for lowest but most effective solutions such as cloud computing, on a pre-existing contract vehicle, SeaPorte, the preferred choice for Naval departments. Further information available at Cloud Computing SDVOSB on SeaPorte.Cloud Computing for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business ProgramT...Read More