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Federal Cloud Computing Strategy                                    Vivek Kundra                   U. S. Chief Information...
The Case for Change                                                                      Manufacturing Capacity Utilizatio...
The Case for Change                        2,500                                                                          ...
Federal Government Cloud Computing          Potential                                      Efficiency   • Improved asset u...
Potential Spending on Cloud Computing by Agency                               5
Early Adopters                                  HHS                                             GSA                       ...
Catalyzing Cloud  Adoption           SECURITY                          STANDARDS                       PROCUREMENT        ...
Exponential  Growth in Demand                        Shifting from asset ownership to service provisioning      CATEGORY  ...
Vivek KundraU. S. Chief Information Officer              www.whitehouse.gov                 February 14, 2011
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Vivek kundra-federal-cloud-computing-strategy-02142011

  1. 1. Federal Cloud Computing Strategy Vivek Kundra U. S. Chief Information Officer www.whitehouse.gov
  2. 2. The Case for Change Manufacturing Capacity Utilization 90 80 Manufacturing Average – 79% 70 60% Utilization 50 83 83 81 t 40 78 79 71 30 20 27 10 0 Typical Federal U.S.  E.U. France Germany U.S. Brazil Canada Government Server Sources:  Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Eurostat (Data for E.U., France, & Germany) Source:  Agency Data Central Bank of Brazil Statistics Canada 2
  3. 3. The Case for Change 2,500 Efficiency • Low asset utilization 2,094 ( (server utilization < 30%  2,000 typical) • Fragmented demand and  duplicative systemsData Centers (Number) • Difficult‐to‐manage N 1,500 1 500 Agility • Years required to build  data centers for new  services 1,000 • Months required to  increase capacity of  i f existing services 500 Innovation • Burdened by asset  432 management 235 • De‐coupled f l d from private  12 sector innovation  0 engines 1997 1998 2009 2010 • Risk‐averse culture Federal Government IBM 3
  4. 4. Federal Government Cloud Computing  Potential Efficiency • Improved asset utilization • Aggregated demand and accelerated  gg g system consolidation (Federal Data  $ 80 Billion $ 20 Billion Center Consolidation Initiative) • Improved productivity in application  development, application  management, network, and end‐user g , , Agility • Purchase “as‐a‐service” from trusted  cloud providers • Near‐instantaneous increases and  reductions in capacity • More responsive to urgent agency  needs Innovation • Shift focus from asset ownership to  service management • Tap into private sector innovationTotal IT Spending Potential  • Encourages entrepreneurial culture Spending on  • Better linked to emerging  Cloud Computing technologies (e.g., devices) 4
  5. 5. Potential Spending on Cloud Computing by Agency 5
  6. 6. Early Adopters HHS GSA Dept of Defense Electronic Health  Cloud Email Migration Army Experience  Records (EHS) Center (AEC)  Reduced time to go live   $15 M savings  Implementation cost  from 1 year+ to 3  1/20 of estimate to   Migrating 17,000 users months upgrade legacy system   Eliminating redundant  ($54 K vs. $1 M+)  Supports more than  infrastructure at 17  100,000 Primary Care   Reduced recruiter  global locations Practitioners workforce required to  handle the same  workload Recovery  Dept of Defense Dept of Agriculture Accountability &  Air Force – Personnel  Cloud Email Migration Transparency Board Services Delivery  Recovery.gov  Transformation $750 K savings  $27 M savings  $4 M annual savings Reallocate $1 M+ to   Migrating 120,000 users  Improved customer  identify fraud, waste,  search times from 20   Consolidating 21  and abuse minutes to less than 2  fragmented email  minutes systems 6
  7. 7. Catalyzing Cloud  Adoption SECURITY STANDARDS PROCUREMENT GOVERNANCE• Centralize certification and  • Define and evolve standards  • Develop procurement vehicles  • Set policy and enforce  accreditation for cloud  to ensure interoperability,  to accelerate the purchase of  budget priorities solutions  portability, and security  cloud solutions• Prioritize security controls to  • Propose and test interim  • Maximize strategic sourcing to  • Align with regulatory and  counter the most serious  standards buy cloud solutions legal frameworks threats • Publish cloud computing  • Eliminate redundant and  • Drive government‐wide • Use near real time security  business and technical use  inefficient vendor certifications adoption dashboards to facilitate  cases  a neutral reference  cases, continuous monitoring architecture and taxonomy • Integrate needs of State and  • Collaborate with  local governments international entities• Integrate identity management 7
  8. 8. Exponential  Growth in Demand Shifting from asset ownership to service provisioning CATEGORY SERVICE EXAMPLES AGENCY EXAMPLES • Agency‐wide email to the cloudCollaboration • Office productivity tools • Employment verification • Grants managementWorkflow • Claims processing • Customer relationship management • Public‐facing websites hosted in the cloud • Application development/testingInfrastructure • Content delivery • Virtualized data centers • Data analyticsBusiness Intelligence • Performance managementInformation f ti • Identi Id ity managementSecurity • Security management services 8
  9. 9. Vivek KundraU. S. Chief Information Officer www.whitehouse.gov February 14, 2011

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