The defense authorization bill would put potentially time-sensitive technology plans on hold for DOD -- maybe for better, more likely for worse.
The 2012 defense bill contains language that could block DOD-DISA partnerships in cloud and enterprise e-mail.
A survey reveals that lack of basic IT security understanding and carelessness are common among IT workers.
With budget pressures bearing down and a workforce demanding mobile technology, intelligence agencies look to the cloud for solutions.
DOD is focusing on DISA IT services, core data centers as it pursues efficiencies and data center consolidation, according to its new progress report.
The Defense Department's new RFI for an enterprise information web seeks a semantic web solution that will help services and agencies more easily share data -- and save money
DISA's new RFI aims to develop new framework, architecture and guidelines for a DOD-wide enterprise cloud -- but the agency is also considering the hurdles ahead in its implementation.
Open standards, such as XBRL, could make it easier for agencies to process and share essential business information.
How will telework, cloud computing, cybersecurity and other priorities fare in austere era?
The Army picks up speed in its move to enterprise e-mail.
The Army is tackling challenges in downsizing and quantifying savings, and its successes so far could help other agencies.
Defense officials are looking to IT to lead the way in innovative efficiency.