Enterprise Architecture


States consolidate technology in response to tough economy

Consolidating IT infrastructures used by hundreds of state government agencies not only makes financial sense but also positions states to better use technology, state CIOs say.

Army e-mail consolidation first step in enterprise efforts

Over the next two years the Army will consolidate the various e-mail accounts for nearly 250,000 users, the first step in creating enterprise-wide e-mail services.

NASA rethinks $1.5B enterprise data center contract

NASA recently announced that it would be reworking its plans for acquiring an enterprise data center to better meet the agency's needs.

Navy picks pair for shipboard network support

Contracts are for CANES program, designed to streamline and consolidated Navy information technology networks aboard its ships.

DOD strives for consumer-like efficiency

Despite the massive size and complexity of the DOD, leaders at the Pentagon are committed to improving the organization's business processes, according to assistant deputy chief management officer Elizabeth McGrath.

DHS CIO midway through IT programs review

The Homeland Security Department continues a review of its 79 major information technology programs to identify ways to help troubled programs and fix systemic weaknesses.

A new day for IT management (again)

Former Office of Management and Budget administrator for e-government and information technology Mark Forman sees signs that the federal government is on the verge of embracing shared services.

New threats compel DOD to rethink cyber strategy

The Defense Department's diversity remains its Achilles' heel in the race to improve information assurance.

Who's Fed 100-worthy?

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Federal 100 awards. Get the details and submit your picks!