When a small business owner files their taxes, a medical researcher accesses online studies, or a veteran navigates their benefits, they’re taking advantage of government operations through the cloud.
By making services available with the click of a mouse or swipe on a phone, cloud technology has made federal services far faster, more convenient, and more accessible. However, implementing cloud services successfully is easier said than done.
“Done with purpose, cloud can pave the way for tighter security, more efficient operations, seamless integration of new technologies, and agile footing across an enterprise,” says Vice President Delie Minaie, a leader spearheading Booz Allen’s cloud solutions for civil agencies. “Done haphazardly, it can leave agencies with a new set of challenges that are just as formidable as those they experienced with on-premises IT.”
Read on to learn how Delie’s career has evolved alongside Booz Allen’s cloud services and how she is helping to shape the future as the executive sponsor of the civil cloud business’ Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Council.