DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority Receives 2016 Amazon Web Services City on a Cloud Award

DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority Receives 2016 Amazon Web Services City on a Cloud Award

IdeaCrew, Inc., together with its partner Networking For the Future, is honored to be a leading technology contributor to the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority (DCHBX) team that won the Best Practices award for the 2016 Amazon Web Services City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge. The City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge is a global competition of local and regional government and technology partners using AWS to deploy innovative solutions to move government forward on behalf of their citizens.

IdeaCrew CEO Dan Thomas to Speak at AWS Public Sector Summit

IdeaCrew CEO Dan Thomas to Speak at AWS Public Sector Summit

Dan Thomas, CEO of IdeaCrew and Chief Engineer for the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority, will be speaking at the AWS Public Sector Summit in Washington, DC on June 20, 2016. See his presentation regarding Hybrid IT Approach and Technologies with the AWS Cloud at 11:30 a.m. Dan is featured again at 2:30 p.m. as a member of the panel presentation: It’s Not All or Nothing: How to Make Progress Without Breaking the Bank.

2016 City on a Cloud Challenge Finalists

2016 City on a Cloud Challenge Finalists

IdeaCrew's Cloud DevOps Team Work Recognized-DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority Selected as a Finalist for Best Practices Award as part of City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge.

District’s Uninsured Rate Third Lowest in the Nation

District’s Uninsured Rate Third Lowest in the Nation

Since DC Health Link opened for business October 1, 2013, over 221,000 people have enrolled in health coverage through DC Health Link in private insurance or Medicaid.

DC Tops Nation in ACA Enrollment Percentage

DC Tops Nation in ACA Enrollment Percentage

A new analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation shows that the District of Columbia leads the nation in enrolling eligible residents through its health insurance marketplace.

Quantifiable Improvements

Quantifiable Improvements

In the District of Columbia, a promising blend of business intelligence, GIS and executive leadership gave a once troubled agency new life.

Intelligent Enterprise Summit and Award: Smart Strategy, Bright People

Intelligent Enterprise Summit and Award: Smart Strategy, Bright People

Highlighting our Fall Summit – an event focused on better integration and use of information – Washington, D.C.’s outspoken CTO, winner of the Intelligent Enterprise Award 2005, shared the secret of the city’s inspirational IT transformation.

10 steps to SOA

10 steps to SOA

Creating a service-oriented architecture that drives true business agility demands a plan. Here’s where to start.

D.C. Rolling Out SOA for Emergency Response Coordination

D.C. Rolling Out SOA for Emergency Response Coordination

The CapStat system, which relies on Web services, is slated to go live March 1.

To Buy or to Build? That is the Question…

To Buy or to Build? That is the Question…

The oldest question in IT keeps getting more complicated as new options emerge. Here’s how MCI, Motorola, Visa, and others are tackling the problem.

Washington’s DCStat: Bringing City Government to the Citizens

Washington’s DCStat: Bringing City Government to the Citizens

TMCnet: January 4, 2006

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