Defense agencies have interpreted acquisition regulations with a lot of variation, a carryover from the days of when contracts were written primarily on paper.
Accenture's CTO reflects on the winding path of technological innovation.
Defense Department CIO Teri Takai won't mandate migration to the Defense Information Systems Agency's enterprise e-mail effort, so the question of whether other branches will move their e-mail programs to the cloud hangs in the air.
DOD is embarking on an effort to increase the speed of acquiring cyberspace capabilities and increase the influence of end users on tech choices.
The Army and Defense Information Systems Agency are moving ahead with enterprise e-mail, but whether it will replace Army Knowledge Online -- an increasingly critical concern -- remains uncertain.
The Defense Department is employing IT systems as a major strategy for financial management reform.
The announcement of the closure of Defense Knowledge Online is furthering uncertainty over the future of DOD's online portals and enterprise services. Here's a quick look at some of the numbers.
The Defense Department's plans to shutter its Defense Knowledge Online portal are set. What comes next?
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is standardizing its office environment to improve mobility, security and manageability.
The Army/DISA enterprise e-mail project will take a 30-day hiatus to evaluate progress and implement lessons learned.
The Army is rescinding current IT network policies and wants to collapse redundant networks to streamline and transform.
The Army's CIO proposes to decrease funding for AKO incrementally during the next five years.