The Army has issued a request for information, asking cloud vendors to describe their capabilities in more than 30 separate areas that could help it move its applications from government data centers to modern commercial hosting environments.
Charlie Armstrong called it a career after spending the last seven-plus years as the assistant commissioner for the Office of Information and Technology and CIO for CBP.
Rumors of the death of Army Knowledge Online — the web portal soldiers and Army civilians have used for everything from training to email since the 1990s — were evidently premature.
Army plans to assemble a vendor consortium with the goal of conducting 6-24 cyber prototyping projects a year, each within 30 days.
ALTESS, an Army-operated cloud environment, saw its largest growth ever over the past year as data center closures forces legacy applications to new homes.
It’s now been a little over a year since the Army issued a highly-prescriptive directive, telling its commands and installations exactly which IT systems needed to move from which data centers, which data centers had…
The Army says its new Task Management Tool has significantly sped up the paperwork process within the Pentagon, other Army headquarters organizations.
The Army believes it now has a workable strategy to buy cyber capabilities within 30 days, but it started by fixing its budgeting and requirements processes.