The Trump administration’s latest progress report regarding information technology modernization shows that multiple federal agencies are making progress moving their email services to the cloud, FedScoop reported Friday.
Nearly 66 percent of federal CFO Act inboxes are now in the cloud, according to the report on the President’s Management Agenda Cross-Agency Priority goal for IT modernization. The progress indicates a 5 percent increase from the previous quarter of 2018, putting the government closer to its goal by the fourth quarter in fiscal year 2019.
The agencies managing all of their emails in the cloud include the departments of Transportation, Education, Housing and Urban Development, Agriculture and Veterans Affairs, as well as the General Services Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Meanwhile, the National Science Foundation and the departments of Commerce and Interior are reportedly close to 100 percent in migrating email services.
The Social Security Administration and the Office of Personnel Management have yet to move any email services to the cloud.