Caroline Bean: DoD’s milCloud 2.0 Migration Effort Open to Industry Support

Caroline Bean, the Defense Information Systems Agency’s infrastructure branch chief, said that companies seeking collaborations with the Department of Defense may want to support the milCloud 2.0 effort, Government CIO Media reported Wednesday

Bean, also the program manager for milCloud 2.0, noted that government partners should consider including cloud migration plans in contract scopes to develop future cloud strategies during General Dynamics Information Technology’s Emerge 2019 event. She added that DISA is transitioning its applications to milCloud 2.0 and will use lessons learned in the process to guide Fourth Estate agencies throughout the migration. 

The Pentagon's Office of the Chief Information Officer issued a directive to migrate all Fourth Estate applications to milCloud 2.0 by December 2020 in May 2018.

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