Tag Archives: Defense Information Systems Agency

Cloud Concerns Not Limited to Security

Cloud computing— or at least cloud talk — in the federal sector has taken off, aided by the Office of Management and Budget’s cloud-first policy and the ever-shifting technological zeitgeist. But questions about cloud security have managed to put the brakes on too much enthusiasm for some. And, according to …

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DISA Seeks Upgrade on Supercomputer Network

While other agencies are looking to shutter federal data centers, the Defense Department is rolling out an ambitious project designed to link researchers with DoD supercomputer centers. The Defense Information Systems Agency submitted a formal request for proposal for its Defense Research and Engineering Network III, seeking companies to help …

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DoD Unveils Information-Sharing Program

Information-sharing seems to be the name of the game in intelligence these days. And, just in time, the Defense Department announced the finishing touches on a new information-sharing program that will allow soldiers in the field to more easily access information systems. After four years of designing, developing and testing, …

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DISA Hosts Industry Forum with Industry Partners

The Defense Information Systems Agency last week held its first combined Customer and Industry Forum at National Defense University on Fort Lesley J. McNair in Washington, D.C., bringing together the previously separate Forecast to Industry day with key elements of the Customer Partnership Conference, which was canceled in May due …

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DISA Official John J. Garing Retires

John J. Garing, director of strategic planning and information at Defense Information Systems Agency, announced April 30 his plans to retire from the agency, according to Washington Technology. Garing made the announcement during an internal staff meeting; however, further details have not been released. Washington Technology reports that according to …

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