In today’s Federal Newscast, a Veterans Affairs field examiner was hoping to steal nearly $700,000 from a disabled veteran.
The Massachusetts base, Hanscom, recently moved its Air Force portal to an Amazon Web Services Cloud.
The Defense Information Systems Agency used an Other Transaction Agreement to perform the work, so its scope is unclear. And at least for now, so is the winning firm’s identity.
DoD’s big spending plans for cloud aren’t just about JEDI. A final RFP for the department’s $8.2 billion contract for cloud-hosted office and collaboration systems is expected sometime in June.
The Air Force isn’t waiting for DoD’s JEDI procurement before it starts moving its applications to commercially-operated cloud environments. DISA’s milCloud 2.0 is among the options its found to be surprisingly attractive.
The Defense Information Systems Agency plans to fully roll out eApp as a replacement to current Election Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (e-QIP) system toward the end of the fiscal year.
The Pentagon is still searching for a replacement for the Common Access Card. One solution under active consideration: measuring the way you walk, via your smartphone.
Mark Bacon, acquisition program manager for the Center’s Managed Service Office (MSO) at Hanscom Air Force Base,, said seven applications have migrated to the cloud so far, and many more are to come.
Defense Collaboration Services wants to move to MilCloud 2.0 by October.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new proposal rolls back what the White House deems over-regulation of the commercial space launch industry.
DoD needs to take into account data management and security as it migrates to cloud.
The Pentagon’s Joint Task Force Headquarters-DoD Information Network is testing software that aims to detect the telltale signs of a cyber attack as part of a more proactive approach to cyber defense.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the House passes the VA MISSION Act, which would give the Veterans Affairs Department a long-awaited alternative to the Choice program and consolidates all seven community care programs.
The House Armed Services Committee’s version of the annual Defense bill lets DISA continue to operate, but it strips DISA’s acquisition, cyber defense missions.