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The U.S. Defense Department (DOD) has launched a congressionally mandated study to determine how many refueling aircraft, transport planes and cargo ships it will need to support future military operations. U.S. Transportation Command (TRANSCOM) said March 29 that the Mobility Capabilities and ...
... hybrid military-civilian logistics and support arm, which is itself under the operational control of U.S. Transportation Command, or TRANSCOM. ... Having to airlift personnel to larger hospitals, such as the United States' Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, a major American medical hub ...

Microsoft has decided to back away from a fight over a sole-source contract U.S. Transportation Command wants to award to rival Amazon Web Services for putting classified data in the cloud. Transcom wants to give AWS the contract and said it would do it without competition because AWS is the only ...
The U.S. Transportation Command will now start the migration of data and applications to an Amazon Web Services-built cloud platform designed to host intelligence community clients' workloads classified at the “secret” level, Nextgov reported Tuesday. Trancom's decision to move data to the AWS Secret ...
For the first time, the Defense Department will begin moving classified data and applications to Amazon Web Services' Secret Region—the same cloud environment developed for the CIA and intelligence community several years ago. U.S. Transportation Command—the part of the department responsible ...

Microsoft has decided to back away from a fight over a sole-source contract U.S. Transportation Command wants to award to rival Amazon Web Services for putting classified data in the cloud. Transcom wants to give AWS the contract and said it would do it without competition because AWS is the only ...
The vendor whose $950 million Pentagon cloud migration services contract was rolled back by more than 90 percent found out about the massive reduction in scope not from a Defense Department official, but in the way most people did — in the news. Needless to say, REAN Cloud LLC isn't very happy.

Darren McDew, head of Transportation Command, added, “We'll have to fight our way [in] to get to the fight” and “we don't control everything like we once did,” ... McDew said, “I still believe [the United States] is a maritime nation,” but “we've got rules that say we must use the Defense Transportation System.
Last year, as part of a program spurred by the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx), the US Transportation Command inked a deal with Amazon Web Services reseller REAN Cloud to start moving five of its logistics applications into the commercial cloud. Since USTRANSCOM relies a great deal on ...
The revision will limit its use to only U.S. Transportation Command rather than the entire Defense Department. ... should be more narrowly tailored to the original scope of the prototype agreement, which was limited to United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) applications,” Manning said.
Using buying powers quietly imbued by Congress over the past three years, U.S. Transportation Command made the award to REAN Cloud under an other transaction production contract based on a prototype ... “We were pleasantly surprised at the speed at which [DIUx and TRANSCOM] were moving.”.
Raytheon's BBN Technologies subsidiary has received a 54-month, $44.5 million contract to develop a system for Transportation Command to assess the ... Transcom envisions the AMP system as a modeling, simulation, and optimization environment used to analyze and assess the movement of ...


 

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