Here is today’s Daily Dump:
- The uncertainty surrounding the Sequester has motivated government contract giant Lockheed Martin to look into altering their business model moving forward to include more commercial avenues. [GSA Business]. http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/47780-sequester-has-lockheed-eyeing-new-business-model.
- Amazon Web Services has been granted “Authority to Operate” by the Department of Health and Human Services, which should lead to more government agencies trusting cloud systems for storage and processing of sensitive government data. [CRN]. http://www.crn.com/news/cloud/240155390/aws-achieves-fedramp-status-to-support-government-contracts.htm.
- The General Services Administration entered into a blanket purchase agreement with four wireless carriers that will reportedly save the federal government $300 million over five years. [NextGov]. http://www.nextgov.com/mobile/2013/05/gsa-inks-bulk-wireless-buying-program-top-telecoms/63554/.