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The Complete Cloud for Civilian and Defense Agencies

Oracle has worked to help federal agencies solve mission-critical IT challenges for more than 40 years. The company’s complete portfolio of cloud services, which includes software-as-a-service (SaaS), infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solutions, offers agencies the ability to future-proof their IT environments today and build tomorrow’s next generation of government services.

Oracle protects agencies’ existing investments in Oracle technologies by continually improving and enhancing feature functionality while ensuring there remains a logical path to the cloud—including on-premises scenarios, hybrid-cloud environments, and public and private cloud options.

Here’s how Oracle is helping both civilian and defense organizations today.

Department of Defense

  • Ensure your data is secure and available, whether in mobile environments, the field, or on premises
  • Ensure efficient logistics and maintenance using modern technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Recruit, develop, and retain a ready force through full lifecycle talent management processes
  • Use predictive analytics and autonomous technologies to improve command decision-making
DigiBook: How to Tackle the Federal IT Workforce Challenge
Infographic: Tomorrow's Cloud Security, Today (PDF)
Ebook: Transformational Technologies Today

Civilian Agencies

  • Increase cloud adoption with second-generation Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to securely and easily run enterprise workloads
  • Create engaging citizen services using Oracle Customer Experience Cloud solutions, digital assistants, and PaaS for SaaS
  • Attract, develop, and retain world-class employees to the civilian government workforce using Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud
  • Modernize the back office—including the federal financials process—with Oracle ERP Cloud and Oracle EPM Cloud
Blog: Making Federal Websites Mobile-Friendly