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The day highlights included demonstrations of 3D printing and how it relates to transportation by U.S. Transportation Command, a drone display and Wi-Fi cracking by the Cyber Support Squadron and an operations floor tour by the Defense Information Systems Agency, who also hosted half of the stations ...
For example, students learned about 3D printing and how it relates to transportation by U.S. Transportation Command, watched a drone display and Wi-Fi cracking by the Cyberspace Support Squadron and toured an operations floor tour in the Defense Information Systems Agency, who also hosted half of ...

Satcom services are the responsibility of the Defense Information Systems Agency, an entirely different organization with a separate chain of command and budget. “When your organization is fractured like that, it is hard to make good decisions and tradeoffs,” said Harrison. “That's why we see the military ...
Certification from the Department of Defense chief information officer that each of the military services, the combatant commands, the Defense Information Systems Agency, and the chief information officers of each of the services have been consulted during the drafting of the JEDI RFP. Provisions within the ...
That extra cash is reportedly earmarked for space programs run by the Army, Navy, Office of Secretary of Defense, and Defense Information Systems Agency. The remaining (majority) $11.4 billion is allocated to the Air Force. The Department of Defense, in charge of the U.S. Armed Forces, proposed a fiscal ...
Furthermore, the document should include a certification from DOD's chief information officer that each of the military services, the combatant commands, the Defense Information Systems Agency and the chief information officers of each of the services "have been consulted during the drafting of the RFP," ...

There already are battles in cyberspace. The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has got the warriors — and the weapons — to prove it. And just as in kinetic war, it takes constant adaptation, new strategies, tactics and weapons to engage adversaries whose own means and methods are ...
Pete Gallagher told reporters March 19 at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Virginia. The team examined information from multiple organizations such as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Defense Information Systems Agency, he said. Gallagher's group is one of the first established ...
Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Ask the CIO's audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. The Defense Department isn't creating a new path with its desire to move to the commercial cloud. In many ways, the Defense Information Systems Agency already took ...
The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has completed the transition of the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) to a virtual network, which increases its bandwidth tenfold, while supporting plans to extend SIPRNet to the very edges of the network via the commercial cloud.
Nine months after the Department of Defense awarded a potential eight-year, $498 million contract to CSRA for the next iteration of milCloud, the Defense Information Systems Agency granted CSRA a DOD Provisional Authorization Impact Level 5 for milCloud 2.0. IL 5 authorization allows government ...
There are plenty of free resources available to help you understand and guide your hardening process: a thorough (and rigid) library of hardening documentation is managed by a federal agency called the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). Their guides focus on strict hardening. DISA publishes ...
Peace later served as the principal deputy director for the FBI's National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, facilitating interagency efforts across 20 defense, intelligence and law enforcement agencies. She also worked at the Defense Information Systems Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency and ...
Larry Prior, CSRA president and CEO and a 2018 Wash100 recipient, said the company has teamed up with the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide cloud services through milCloud 2.0 and will work to help warfighters focus on their mission through the cloud platform. The company also ...
Also on Monday, the Defense Information Systems Agency announced that its MilCloud 2.0 service had attained a key security approval, another major step toward DoD's adoption of commercial cloud computing. The provisional authorization for what DoD classifies as “impact level 5” data means ...
After coming online months earlier than expected in February, CSRA's private cloud—called milCloud 2.0—is advancing in capabilities it can provide Defense Department customers. On Tuesday, the company announced a provision authorization from the Defense Information Systems Agency to operate ...
The Defense Information Systems Agency has granted CSRA approval to begin operating a new on-premise, commercial cloud environment. DISA granted milCloud 2.0 the provisional authorization to host “Impact Level 5” data, meaning the servers can now host unclassified national security systems, ...

During a symposium hosted by the Defense Information Systems Agency in December, Army Lt. Gen. Alan R. Lynn, a former DISA director, listed the benefits to cloud-based computing. “You build a lake of information that you can pull from, and that's a big benefit that helps with warfighting,” he said.
The Defense Information Systems Agency—the warfighters' IT department—awarded a $902 million contract to Knight Point Systems to provide communications infrastructure at a dozen locations nationwide. The agency awarded the follow-on to the Communications Capacity Services Contract, now known ...
DoD's Cloud Executive Steering Group will facilitate the industry day for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure Cloud program at the Sheraton Pentagon City in Arlington, Virginia. U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn said at a Defense Information Systems Agency-hosted forum in December that he believes ...
During a symposium hosted by the Defense Information Systems Agency in December, Army Lt. Gen. Alan R. Lynn, a former DISA director, listed the benefits to cloud-based computing. “You build a lake of information that you can pull from, and that's a big benefit that helps with warfighting,” he said.


 

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