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Since the issuance of a federal mandate in 2010 requiring federal government agencies in the United States of America to immediately shift to a “Cloud First” policy, agencies have struggled to adopt cloud computing. Previous research has examined hindrances to cloud computing adoption across industries in the private sector (Raza et al., 2015, Park and Ryoo, 2012, and Bhattacherjee and Park, 2012). While this research provides important insights on cloud computing adoption in the private sector, it devotes scant attention to challenges of cloud computing adoption in the federal government. This study seeks to fill this gap by examining the roles of Top Management Support and Information Security Awareness on cloud computing implementation success in the federal government. Institutional theory serves as the theoretical framework for this study.
Steele, Elston; Guzman, Indira; Gaskin, James; and Adya, Monica, "Partly Cloudy, Scattered Clients: Cloud Implementation in the Federal Government" (2017). Management Faculty Research and Publications. 302.
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