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USAF Selects DISA-Made System to Consolidate, Manage Maintenance Information

The U.S. Air Force is working to remove redundant information technology systems and consolidate maintenance data into a single platform. The Core Automated Maintenance System for Mobility will be USAF's new maintenance information system and will replace three separate platforms, the Defense Information Systems Agency said Monday.

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DoD Deploying Enterprise File Exchange Service for Unclassified Data

The Defense Information Systems Agency is implementing a new file exchange system to enable Department of Defense users to securely exchange unclassified data on an enterprise level. DISA said Thursday that the open-source DoD Secure Access File Exchange will succeed the Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center’s SAFE service slated to retire this month. 

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DSO Director Gregory Wagner Seeks Boosted Collaboration With Partners

Gregory Wagner, director of the Defense Information Systems Agency's Defense Spectrum Organization, laid out his intent to collaborate with mission partners for DSO to attain center of excellence status. He asked partners to provide constructive input that would help DSO perform better in missions regarding the electromagnetic spectrum, DISA said Tuesday.

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DoD Nominee Mark Esper Cites AI as Top Modernization Priority

 

Mark Esper, the White House’s nominee for secretary of the Department of Defense and 2019 Wash100 Award recipient, said artificial intelligence would be his top priority in technology modernization if he gets confirmed, FedScoop reported Tuesday. “Different people put different things as number one, for me it is AI,” Esper told lawmakers during his confirmation hearing Tuesday.

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