In May, Google participated in the TechAmerica Foundation's Commission on the Leadership Opportunity in U.S. Deployment of the Cloud (CLOUD2). The comapny today unveiled the finished report entitled "Cloud First, Cloud Fast: Recommendations for Innovation, Leadership and Job Creation".
"This report is an important roadmap to assist the US government with moving toward more rapid cloud adoption while continuing to promote commercial innovation. More than 70 companies worked together to provide the government with detailed recommendations--and Google is proud to have been a member," stated Sarah Falvey, Sr. Policy Analyst, Google.
"The report consists of four key policy areas: Trust, Transformation, Transparency, and Transnational Data Flows and seeks to address barriers within each area that hinder cloud adoption. The Commission also produced a "Buyer's Guide" to help government agencies evaluate cloud offerings and move services to the cloud."
This report embedded below is an important first step in outlining the necessary policy steps needed to keep the U.S. at the forefront of cloud innovation," Falvey added.