The Defense Information Systems Agency has moved to restructure computing and storage operations from January 2017 onward in an effort to standardize the services across its enterprise.
DISA aims to unify computing resources across the Defense Enterprise Computing Center networkand other locations, the agency said Thursday.
“We conducted a careful and thoughtful review of our computing operations, in order to find ways to achieve cost savings, standardize processes and services and offer our mission partners increased capabilities at lower rates over time,” said David Bennett, DISA’s operations center director.
This move will realign computing operations into eight lines of business:
- Data centers
- Implementation and sustainment
- Special services