The Defense Information Systems Agency told industry that it needs to reduce the number of procurements it runs and become more efficient in how it manages existing programs. DISA must find 7-to-10 percent savings each year in overhead costs.
Casey Kelley, John Cavadias and Richard Blake, members of GSA’s Alliant 2 management team will discuss the program’s overall acquisition strategy and goals. October 27, 2015
Pentagon leaders say it’s time to ratchet up the pressure on senior leaders to comply with existing security policies and better train their personnel on cyber hygiene.
The Office of Personnel Management Acting Director Beth Cobert said the department began sending notification letters to victims of the cyber breach. The letters include information about the identity theft protection and credit monitoring services.
The Defense Information Systems Agency awarded a $1.8 million contract to Advanced Onion to build websites that help potential hack victims see if they’ve been affected by the breach.
In this week’s “Inside the DoD Reporter’s Notebook,” the Army hopes the project will help answer some of its lingering questions the potential savings of transitioning to commercial cloud offerings.
The Defense Department has greenlighted three dozen commercial cloud offerings since it first overhauled its commercial cloud security processes in January.
The Defense Information Systems Agency’s cyber defense headquarters has been involved in seven named operations since it started its duties in January.
On Wednesday, DISA released a request for information as it prepares to migrate its Enterprise Email service to a commercially-hosted cloud and telling industry that it wants the new solution to beat the current system’s costs by 50 percent.
GSA’s office of integrated technology services and the Defense Information Systems Agency are in discussions to determine whether cloud is a “sufficiently defined” market to warrant a new multiple award contract of its own.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has taken an interesting approach to cloud computing as it transitions from the sole broker for the DoD commercial cloud market. DISA recently released what it termed a “best practices guide” to help Defense agencies buy their own cloud services. Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu writes about this and several other matters in this week’s edition of “Inside the DoD Reporter’s Notebook.” He joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with more.
The Defense Department’s program to let employees use smartphones on the secret network is becoming more popular than ever imagined.
GSA, on behalf of the Defense Information Systems Agency, made a $296 million award for email-as-a-service to Dell Federal. GSA made the award to Dell June 19.
The never-ending talk about cloud computing makes it seem like agencies have fully bought in and everything is going to the cloud. But a recent event with several federal technology executives showed just how far cloud and open source have to go.
The Defense Department and the National Institute of Standards and Technology provided a lift to the future of mobile computing in the government. DoD announced it moved its classified mobile capability from a pilot stage…