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Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn: DISA’s Mission Partner Engagement Model Helps Provide Aid to Clients

U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn, director of the Defense Information Systems Agency, has said he believes the current DISA structure better supports clients because of the agency’s mission partner engagement model. The retiring DISA director also credited the designation of responsibilities to individuals for each focus areas including business and …

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DISA Backs Mission Partners’ Security Compliance Efforts Through Risk Mgmt Service

The Defense Information Systems Agency offers risk management service packages to its mission partners as part of efforts to help them meet the agency’s security requirements. DISA said Tuesday its Service Product packages are designed to aid the compliance of partners whose programs and systems are hosted within the agency’s Computing Ecosystem. …

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Sannadean Sims to Retire as DISA CFO

The Defense Information Systems Agency has announced that Sannadean Sims will retire as DISA’s chief financial officer, comptroller and resource management center director. DISA said Wednesday it will host a retirement ceremony for Sims on Jan. 3 at the agency’s headquarters at Fort George G. Meade in Maryland. She began her government …

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DISA Hosts Symposium on DoD Cloud Migration Efforts

The Defense Information Systems Agency hosted a symposium Dec. 12 to discuss ways on how to help service branches, combatant commanders, agencies and other mission partners of the Defense Department speed up cloud adoption, DoD News reported Thursday. The symposium is in response to the Sept. 13 memo Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick …

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