Achieve the Goals Set by the FDCCI

Kevin_Gleason_Headshot Kevin Gleason January 8, 2013

Last year, the Chief Information Officers Council drafted the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI). The initiative’s purpose—reduce the number of data centers used by US federal agencies through closure or consolidation.

The FDCCI also set various objectives including:

  • reduction in total cost of ownership

  • increase data security

  • pursue more efficient technologies by reducing “real estate”

  • deploy “green” IT solutions

We at CommScope know how difficult it is to find the right partner to deliver all these objectives. If FDCCI is your mission, then CommScope is your answer.

Our newest brochureData Center Solutions for FDCCI—addresses many of the factors listed above. It also explains how CommScope can meet the demanding goals set by the FDCCI.

One benefit to partnering with CommScope is our PartnerPRO™ Network. It is comprised of trained and certified consultants, integrators, installers, distributors and partners that understand the unique needs of government networks and how to best apply our data center solutions to meet the needs of any agency.

Our advisors understand an agency’s unique needs and the new demands they face in an era of shrinking budgets and more stringent oversight. CommScope engineers government-grade solutions that meet the most demanding service-level agreement benchmarks and deliver long-term reliability and value.

Isn’t it time your agency deploys data center solutions from a capable partner who complies with the FDCCI?

About the Author


Kevin Gleason

Kevin Gleason is technical sales director, Federal Government Solutions for CommScope, a global leader in communications networks and infrastructure solutions. Kevin has more than 20 years of experience working with customers, consultants and business partners on communications infrastructure solutions for US government agencies/departments and the U.S. military both in CONUS and OCONUS. He is an expert in all facets of the communications infrastructure field including the design, specification, installation and troubleshooting complex communications infrastructure projects for both commercial and government interests. Mr. Gleason has extensive experience in a variety of optical and copper based technologies, systems acquisition and US government operational requirements. Before joining CommScope, he was part of the AVAYA Architect, Consultant and Engineering team, providing specialized knowledge to that community in design and engineering.