Federal Cloud Computing Initiative To support the Federal Cloud Computing Direction and Deployment Approach, the ITI Line of Business PMO has been refocused as the Cloud Computing PMO. Cloud Computing Project Management Office CCPMO GSA General Services Administration Executive Committee Co-Chairs: Casey Coleman, GSA CIO, and Carl Staton, DOE Deputy CIO. Mission (objectives): * To provide executive level strategic guidance and direction for the Federal Cloud Computing Initiative. * To provide review and approval of Cloud Computing PMO and Working Group deliverables, as appropriate * To provide a regular interface with OMB and the Federal CIO. * To provide Executive-level sponsorship of the Cloud Computing initiative’s plans and direction so that they are effectively carried out at the Agency-level. * To set priorities for the Federal Cloud Computing initiative, in consultation with OMB and the Federal CIO. Advisory Council Chair: Peter Tseronis, Deputy Associate CIO, DOE. Membership: * Federal Agency IT Infrastructure Representatives. * Federal Enterprise Architects. Mission (objectives): * To provide Federal Agency subject matter expertise in support of the Federal Cloud Computing initiative and the ESC’s strategic direction. * To provide/represent Federal Agency Cloud Computing issues, requirements, and business needs. * To effectively disseminate the approved Federal Cloud Computing vision, strategy, and plans throughout their respective agencies. Facilitate Agency outreach activities. * To review the Federal Cloud Computing PMO’s deliverables, as appropriate and to provide specific feedback; * To execute specific tasks as assigned by the ESC and/or OMB. * To enable cross-functional collaboration with other related Federal initiatives – such as TIC, IPv6, FDCC, etc. * To share best practices and current activities. _e83ae546-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a Convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. _e83aed98-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a To achieve an optimized, cost-effective, government-wide information technology infrastructure that supports agency mission, while providing reliability and security in service delivery. _e83aee74-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a Consolidation Virtualization Services-Based Environment Continue the migration towards a services-based environment that is technology and vendor-agnostic. 1 _e83aef46-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a 132fadc0-6540-4ca4-bd5a-5a4ac4383bef 90f2d4a8-77d3-4c1c-bf48-50cf0931c9b1 _e83aefbe-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a Deployment Enable rapid deployment of technology solutions for the Federal government without developing stove-pipes. 2 _e83af02c-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a f39f9fdf-8ee4-4bb2-b0cc-ea3371602a87 ac83d05b-dd26-40b3-9c36-3949852c2e73 _e83af09a-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a Scalability Enable scalability for existing and new capabilities. 3 _e83af112-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a da6649d1-08b4-4aae-af46-ef3ddc519ebb 8996ca99-3c50-42f2-8cca-e576e5c7dc57 _e83af180-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a Virtualization Increase savings through virtualization. 4 _e83af1f8-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a cdf305d9-05b6-48cc-9c78-01fb46f2a1f3 d1ddefe7-bf3c-481d-944a-3ee4601f6c87 _e83af270-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a Infrastructure Potentially reduce cost of infrastructure, buildings, power, and staffing. 5 _e83af2e8-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a 82debe07-5d2e-42f6-a9ff-b53750a5b16c 08b2f991-bb9a-437b-9db7-14a8926bf9c1 _e83af360-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a Transparent, Open, Participatory Government Improve the government's ability to create a transparent, open and participatory government 6 _e83af3d8-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a 4337e020-1576-46e7-aab1-64c6da47d641 98172195-c080-45ba-9634-e94c21e2b7a1 _e83af45a-0b65-11df-b37e-6e347a64ea2a 2010-01-27 http://www.usaservices.gov/intergovt/documents/StateWebPres6-18.ppt Owen Ambur Owen.Ambur@verizon.net Submit error.