White Paper Released from latest Federal Big Data Summit 

A White Paper summarizing MITRE-ATARC Big Data Collaboration Symposium on December 5, 2017 has been released. The White Paper provides the government with a variety of recommendations from the five collaboration sessions that were held during the most recent ATARC Federal Big Data Summit. This is the sixth Big Data White Paper published by MITRE and ATARC, who have now released a total of 24 White Papers on a variety of Federal IT topics.

ATARC demo on MITRE Cloud Migration Planning Toolkit 

ATARC hosted a Webcast on November 30 that featured a demonstration of the MITRE Cloud Migration Planning Toolkit. In addition, Dr. Harvey Hyman of St. Leo University gave a presentation on the Cloud Maturity Model and Road Map. For more information, please contact Tim Harvey at tharvey@atarc.org.

Report: Navigating the Future of Mobile Services

ATARC and the Mobile Services Category Team have released a new report entitled Navigating the Future of Mobile Services. This 235-page book has 12 project deliverables from the ATARC Mobile Working Group and includes contributions from 160 people representing 75 government agencies and companies.

White Paper Examines DCIM’s Expanding Data Center Role

The ATARC Cloud & Data Center Working Group, in partnership with the GSA DCOI Managing Partner PMO, released a White Paper on DCIM’s Expanding Role: Managing Our Critical National Infrastructure of Data Centers during the DCOI Technology Resources Summit on November 20 at GSA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. The White Paper examines Data Center Infrastructure Management from three perspectives: Policy, Security and Technology and provides insight into DCIM’s role in providing greater day-t0-day management of data center operations.

Cloud & Data Center White Paper Released

A Cloud & Data Center White Paper summarizing the MITRE-ATARC Cloud Collaboration Symposium on August 3, 2017 has been released. The White Paper provides the government with a variety of recommendations from the five collaboration sessions that were held during the most recent ATARC Federal Cloud & Data Center Summit. This is the seventh Cloud White Paper by MITRE and ATARC, who have now released a total of 23 White Papers on a variety of Federal IT topics.

ATARC Releases DevOps White Paper

A DevOps White Paper summarizing the MITRE-ATARC DevOps Collaboration Symposium on June 28 has been released. The White Paper provides the government with a variety of recommendations from the five collaboration sessions that were held during the most recent ATARC Federal DevOps Summit.

ATARC-MSCT Report: Navigating Future of Mobile Services

ATARC and the Mobile Services Category Team have released a new report entitled Navigating the Future of Mobile Services. This 235-page book has 12 project deliverables from the ATARC Mobile Working Group and includes contributions from 160 people representing 75 government agencies and companies.

DHS Study on Mobile Device Security

DHS has released a Study on Mobile Device Security that found that the threats to the Federal government’s use of mobile devices — smartphones and tablet computers running mobile operating systems — exist across all elements of the mobile ecosystem. DHS led the study in coordination with the National Institute of Standards and Technology and its National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence and submitted the report to Congress with a series of recommendations to enhance Federal government mobile device security.

 

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ACADEMIC RESEARCH CENTER (ATARC)

The Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides a collaborative forum for Federal government (Intel, DoD & Civilian), academia and industry to resolve emerging technology challenges.

  • ATARC introduces innovative technologies and ideas from academic research labs to the Federal government and private industry
  • ATARC facilitates dialogue between the Federal government, academia and industry
  • ATARC holds strategic relationships with the MITRE Corporation, which operates FFRDCs, as well as FFRDCs such as MIT Lincoln Labs and Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute.