California's cloud infrastructure is the subject of the first case study in a series of papers planned by two national associations that will examine IT procurement projects in states.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) and the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) released “Capitals in the Clouds: California’s Cloud Infrastructure Case Study,” on Thursday.
“California’s Cloud Infrastructure has received widespread attention in the state community because of its scope, stature, potential value and procurement approach,” the associations said.
The paper includes information and advice from Neeraj Chauhan, California’s cloud infrastructure project director, Office of Technology Services, California Department of Technology; Carlos Ramos, State CIO; and Jim Butler, California’s chief procurement officer.
“We are delighted to be working with NASPO on this case study series and believe the lessons learned and advice from the trenches will be invaluable to state CIOs as they procure services for their customers,” said Doug Robinson, NASCIO executive director.
The case study can be viewed at http://www.nascio.org/CapClouds/.
This staff report was originally published by TechWire.