A typical government cloud migration often takes a few months to a year or more using standard government acquisitions, procurement, engineering and contracting processes. One particular challenge is speeding up the process without sacrificing due diligence, engineering processes, procurement approvals and security. In this whitepaper, learn how to reduce time to the cloud from months to minutes.Download Now
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General Dynamics, headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, employs approximately 95,000 people worldwide. The company is a market leader in business aviation; land and expeditionary combat systems, armaments and munitions; shipbuilding and marine systems; and information systems and technologies. The information systems and technology group provides solutions that support a wide range of networked communications, cyber security and information-sharing needs, including tactical communications systems, IT services and mission systems to the defense, intelligence, federal civilian and homeland security communities. More information about General Dynamics is available online at www.generaldynamics.com
General Dynamics CloudBroker
Process automation, best practices and decades of experience in all levels of government contracting and engineering have enabled General Dynamics to be a natural provider of cloud brokerage services. Unlike commercial providers who may not fully understand government requirements for acquisitions, contracting and cyber security, we know what it takes not only to broker cloud services, but to broker cloud services for federal, state and local government and the Department of Defense.