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After years of fits and starts, DISA deploys new cloud-based office tools

The Defense Information Systems Agency started implementing functionality from the $7.6 billion contract on Thursday, deploying DEOS capabilities first…

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GAO turns back first of two bid protests challenging Navy’s NGEN-R contract

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PHILIPPINE SEA (March 8, 2017) Lt. Christian Asaban views a computer monitor aboard the forward-deployed Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) during Multisail 17. The exercise is a bilateral training exercise improving interoperability between the U.S. and Japanese forces. This exercise benefits from realistic, shared training enhancing our ability to work together to confront any contingency. Text on the monitor has been blurred for security purposes.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class William McCann/Released)

GDIT protests Navy’s $7.7 billion NGEN-R contract

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Using application services to enhance government customer experience

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Maximizing data and analytics can lead agencies to increased capabilities, efficiencies

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Managed services enters a new era

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Meet the 2016 Women in Technology leadership award winners

Women of Washington hosts Aileen Black and Gigi Schumm interview the finalists and winners of the 2016 Women in Technology leadership awards.

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Tactical Cloudlets: Mobile Computing Readies for Battle

During 14 years of war in the Middle East, Marines and soldiers came to rely on having ready access to computers. And the more capability they had, the…

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When outsourcing cyber services makes sense

Cybercrime costs the U.S. economy some $100 billion a year, according to the Center for Strategic and International Studies. And the threats only grow more intense, while at the same time, regulatory and compliance issues grow more complex. Government agencies and corporations face the same challenge: How to manage those security risks without breaking the bank.

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