The Cloud Security Alliance found the issues that traditionally plagued cloud service providers aren’t as big of a problem today.
Breaking up the $10 billion JEDI network project will hurt the U.S. military’s effort to speed data to troops, its fans argue.
It’s unclear whether the review will impact the contract’s timeline.
Oracle’s lawsuit against the Pentagon over its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract is over, clearing the way for an award.
It’s time to rethink how IT operations are managed.
An award for the Pentagon’s multibillion Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract could come by August.
Four members of the House Armed Services Committee asked Trump to let the Pentagon award its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract without delay.
The department has had success reusing other agencies’ authorizations and will make reciprocity the rule rather than the exception.
Officials outlined plans to drive innovation, streamline IT acquisitions and build a more agile and resilient cyber posture.
The winning company will have to stitch together multiple cloud services and architectures and enable the agency to add new ones as needed.
Pentagon officials have been increasingly vocal about JEDI in recent months as the court battle continues.
In a world where everyone can collect data on everything, speedy analysis could make or break U.S. national security, a top intelligence official says.
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