Novetta Tapped to Support Army’s Cloud Account Management Optimization Initiative
The U.S. Army has selected advanced analytics company Novetta to support the Cloud Account Management Optimization effort, an initiative that includes eliminating excess service spending in its goals.
Under the effort led by the Enterprise Cloud Management Agency, the company will use its sourcing solution for an enterprise consumption model of cloud offerings.
The platform will help consolidate existing cloud spend and standardize how the Army purchases cloud solutions, Novetta said Thursday.
CAMO seeks to get rid of inaccurate estimates and inefficient provisioning in the Army, an effort that comes as the service plans to spend about $1 billion in cloud products and services by 2025.
The analytics company combines its automated cloud management and provisioning framework with CloudTracker, an oversight and monitoring tool for cloud activity, resource utilization and cost data.
The solution is expected to advance the Army’s efforts in adopting and optimizing cloud computing while providing transparency on cloud expenditures, according to Kevin Heald, senior vice president of information exploitation at Novetta.
“Our solution for the CAMO effort will disrupt the traditional account management lifecycle – and revolutionize loud account acquisition and management for the entire Army enterprise,” Justin Shirk, vice president of asymmetric analytics, said in a statement.
The company’s CAMO deal was awarded through the System of Systems Consortium, which consists of more than 700 members. SOSSEC issued the other transaction authority contract under the Cyber Operations Broad Responsive Agreement vehicle, which focuses on defensive cyberspace operations.
Category: Digital Modernization
Tags: CAMO Cloud Account Management Optimization cloud computing CloudTracker COBRA Cyberspace Operations Broad Responsive Agreement digital modernization Enterprise Cloud Management Agency Justin Shirk Kevin Heald Novetta SOSSEC US Army