May 2013 Agenda
May 2013 Innovators

Below is media coverage of the Federal Cloud Computing Summit held on May 30, 2013 in Washington, DC:

Dr. David McClure of GSA and David Cearley of Gartner Keynote Federal Cloud Computing Summit | Brynn Koeppen | WashingtonExec | June 10, 2013

Your refrigerator is safe from cyberattack … for now | Frank Konkel | FCW | June 4, 2013

FedRAMP for cloud brokers would be valuable, say panelists | Molly Bernhart Walker | FierceGovernmentIT | June 3, 2013

Spotlight: GSA assessing impact of SP 800-53 rev. 4 on FedRAMP | Molly Bernhart Walker | FierceGovernmentIT | June 3, 2013

The cloud, simplified | Frank Konkel | FCW | May 31, 2013

5 years down the road: The cloud of clouds | Rutrell Yasin | GCN | May 31, 2013

Cloud first is about delivering value, not counting services, says OMB official | Molly Bernhart Walker | FierceGovernmentIT | May 30, 2013

Federal CIOs must embrace hybrid IT in shift to cloud | Kenneth Corbin | CIO Magazine | May 30, 2013

Feds showcase successful moves to the cloud | Frank Konkel | FCW | May 30, 2013

Below are presentations from the Federal Cloud Computing Summit held on May 30, 2013 in Washington, DC:

Welcome by Dr. David McClure, General Services Administration


Visionary Keynote by David Cearley, Gartner


Federal Cloud Computing Summit Presentation


The host organization for the Federal Cloud Computing Summit is the Advanced Mobility Academic Research Center (AMARC). The AMARC mission is to optimize the delivery of government services through the utilization of mobile communications technology, expand academic research capabilities within government organizations, and promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) training at academic institutions.