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Dell EMC’s Cameron Chehreh: Dialogue, Adaptable Service Mentality Needed Amid DCOI Updates

Cameron Chehreh

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 19, 2019 — Cameron Chehreh, chief technology officer for Dell EMC‘s federal business, has said federal information technology leaders should collaborate as they work to adapt to the updates in priority areas for the government’s Data Center Optimization Initiative, ExecutiveBiz reported Feb. 7.

Chehreh wrote in a Nextgov guest piece published Feb. 7 that the recent shift to focus DCOI metrics on data center consolidation should serve to encourage an “adaptable service mentality” geared to drive improvements in federal IT infrastructure and operations.

“To make the DCOI effective and improve [Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act] scores, agencies can start with two elements: a critical dialogue about how to modernize, and a service mentality that drives the right approach to virtualization,” Chehreh concluded.

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