Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
DOD halts IT employee transfer following union complaint
The Pentagon says it won't be sending 1,200 IT employees to DISA as planned. The cancellation comes after a federal employee union alleged the proposed transfer violated the law.
DOD IT employees to be transferred, a move union claims breaks the law
The AFGE said the Department of Defense violated federal law by not consulting them on an IT worker shift.
DOD wants concepts for protecting IT against quantum computing
DISA plans to issue an OTA to "research, evaluate, test, and deliver a prototype utilizing cryptographic algorithms and solutions that would secure DoD IT systems against both quantum and classical computers."
Pentagon aims to expedite security clearance process with $75M award
Perspecta Enterprise Solutions will create a scalable security enterprise architecture and data services prototype for the National Background Investigation Service.
DISA plans for more OTAs after early successes
The agency has three new OTAs coming, including an evolution of the military's joint situational awareness system.
Lytwaive Hutchinson takes over as FEMA CIO
Hutchinson joins FEMA after spending much of her career working with the Pentagon's IT acquisition.