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Pentagon Wants to Streamline Enterprise-Wide Project Requirements

DoD logo resizeThe Defense Department is seeking to adopt joint enterprise licensing agreements in a move to reduce program costs, Federal Times reported Wednesday.

John Edwards and Eve Keiser write JELAs require DoD to combine all project requirements into a single agreement that addresses all of the defense organizations’ needs.

Organizations with similar requirements will forge licensing agreements with government contracting companies under the approach, according to the report.

Federal Times reports DoD wants to apply JELAs to high volume deployments as part of the department’s transition to commercial cloud and cyber.

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