The Army’s chief information officer said the service has an “operational imperative” to migrate data to a cloud environment.
The Army says it will put the lion’s share of its enterprise network modernization money toward the 40 to 45 bases it sees as its most important “power projection platforms” over the next four years. Upgrades at its more than 200 other installations are likely to be much slower.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Veterans Affairs launched a new training program to help employees impacted by the agency’s ongoing electronic health record modernization.
The ink is dry on the Army’s new data strategy. Once it’s officially released, it will come with specific orders telling Army components to adhere to common data standards.
Army Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford, the chief information officer/G6, said late last year he plans to modernize the service’s technology.
The Army, over the next two years, plans to fundamentally reshape the way it delivers IT on its bases with an “as-a-service” delivery model.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford said moving to a hybrid cloud is part of how the service is reducing data centers and making data accessible.
Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford, the Army’s chief information officer, said the service’s new artificial intelligence task force will focus on tasks ranging from automating cybersecurity to identity management.
Gary Wang, the Army’s deputy CIO, retired after 35 years in government and Jerry Davis will retire from NASA Ames in July.
Four months into his tenure the Army CIO explains his vision for the future.