The provisional authorizations open up commercial services for data at Impact Level 2.
The move adds data analytics and other tools to help improve performance and cut costs.
In light the White House hack, we take a look at some of the department’s recent efforts to defend networks with a "whole of government approach."
The Army expects to reap benefits in cost and technical support, while increasing interoperability and ensuring cybersecurity.
The office’s project director for enterprise services discusses priority projects in an age of budget constraints.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency recently awarded a three month extension to a contract for a new hosted desktop management pilot due to changes in time tables.
Bennett says automation is critical for network configuration, big data and responding to cyber threats faster than "a pregnant turtle."
The department is transitioning from the Defense Connect Online collaboration system to the cloud-based, higher-capacity Defense Collaboration Services.
The department wants to collaborate with commercial providers, establish common security standards and reassess which information needs to be treated as sensitive.
The document sets out the requirements for commercial and non-DOD providers, with a goal of streamlining the acquisition process for DOD agencies.