Cloud

JWCC is not a cloud 'competition'

The Pentagon's latest multi-cloud effort, the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability program, could change how the department buys enterprise services, according to a top defense IT official.

GAO backs Microsoft's protest of $10 billion NSA cloud award to AWS

The Government Accountability Office agreed that aspects of the National Security Agency's evaluation of a major cloud award were "unreasonable."

DISA reorganizes cloud office

The Defense Information Systems Agency has reorganized its cloud offices, combining the Cloud Computing Program Office with DISA's hosting services directorate and ecosystem.

VA readies cloud-based data platform

VA Data Commons features computing infrastructure, co-located data and commonly used software services, tools, and apps for managing, analyzing and sharing data.

Microsoft nabs top secret cloud ATO

Azure Government Top Secret is now "generally available" for national security workloads, Microsoft announced in a blog post.

Lawmakers seek new probe into AWS JEDI collusion

Letters from Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Attorney General Merrick Garland and acting Defense Department Inspector General Sean O’Donnell asking for information, documents and, in the case of the Justice Department, a probe into possible anticompetitive behavior on the part of Amazon Web Services.

Court will hear JEDI political interference case against Trump

A complaint of political inference by former President Donald Trump in the Defense Department’s award of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud computing contract to Microsoft in 2019 may now proceed.

How CBII secures DOD networks, improves performance

The Cloud-Based Internet Isolation gives mission partners a way to offload internet browsing from Defense Department networks so they can conserve bandwidth for essential functions.

DISA's MilCloud 2.0 migration is moving forward

Caroline Bean, DISA's MilCloud deputy program manager and lead engineer, explained where the migration stands and what to expect this year.

Army pushes enterprise IT toward the cloud

The Enterprise IT as a Service pilot will assess whether private-sector IT infrastructure investments, operations and best practices will work for the Army and support the investments the service has made in its network.

Timeline for JEDI cloud contract takes shape

Federal Claims Judge Eric Bruggink lifted a stay on an Oracle lawsuit against the procurement and approved a new timeline for the matter, including a new date for oral arguments.

JEDI cloud deal comes down to AWS and Microsoft

A Defense Department probe into conflict of interest relating to its $10 billion cloud buy didn't find anything to derail the solicitation. An award could be coming in mid-July.

DOD cloud migrations put some legacy systems on the back burner

The Defense Department is putting migration of legacy systems on hold as it moves forward with an interconnected cloud environment.

DISA's milDrive delivers personal cloud storage

Defense Department users can now get Dropbox-like storage and file sharing and syncing services for unclassified data from their laptops and mobile devices.

Army to create cloud program office

The Army is gaining momentum in its overhaul of legacy systems, starting with new cloud and enterprise-as-a-service pilots and a new data strategy.

Conflict-of-interest charge threatens to derail JEDI

The Defense Department is reconsidering whether conflict-of-interest charges had an impact on the integrity of the contract.

JEDI protest paused over conflict-of-interest questions

The allegations stem from the participation of two individuals in the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure procurement with strong ties to Amazon Web Services.