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Federal IPv6 Transition The Journey to June 30, 2008 and Beyond. John McManus, Ph.D. Deputy CIO and CTO U.S. Department of Commerce. Peter Tseronis, PMP Director, Network Services U.S. Department of Education. Co-Chairs, Federal IPv6 Working Group

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federal ipv6 transition the journey to june 30 2008 and beyond

Federal IPv6 TransitionThe Journey to June 30, 2008 and Beyond

John McManus, Ph.D.

Deputy CIO and CTO

U.S. Department of Commerce

Peter Tseronis, PMP

Director, Network Services

U.S. Department of Education

Co-Chairs, Federal IPv6 Working Group

USG IPv6 Testing Strategy Meeting | May 4, 2007

the transition is a process
The Transition is a process…
  • IPv6 is not Y2K
  • A full migration to a native IPv6 infrastructure could take decades
  • Breaking the transition into phases makes sense
  • In order to develop an approved product list, several decisions and policies need to be finalized
  • June 30, 2008 is the first leg of the marathon
seize the opportunity
Seize the opportunity…
  • Information technology is in a constant state of evolution
  • The Internet is experiencing a growth spurt
  • Agencies (and businesses) are being afforded the chance to leverage “technology refresh”:
    • Redesign network topologies and infrastructure
    • Align technology portfolios with strategic goals via the FEA framework
    • Offer improved services and applications to customers
    • Enhance information assurance postures
  • IPv6 builds on the operational experiences of IPv4
goals for the next 14 months
Goals for the next 14 months…
  • Finalize the USG profile and continue harmonization efforts with existing IPv6 profiles
  • Create a compliance testing program that will spawn test labs and ultimately and approved product list (APL)
  • Amend the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to associate IPv6 with technology procurements
  • Establish goals for post-June 30, 2008
  • Complete agency network “core” backbone transition plans and demonstrate the capacity to transmit IPv6 packets (per the OMB 05-22 mandate)
questions
Questions?

FOR MORE INFO:

  • Go To www.EGOV.gov > Information Policy > IPv6

POINTS OF CONTACT:

  • Office of Management and Budget

Carol Bales (Carol_Bales@omb.eop.gov )

  • Federal IPv6 Working Group

John McManus – jmcmanus@doc.gov

Peter Tseronis – peter.tseronis@ed.gov