Defense Information Systems Agency
DISA is all about agility, director Norton says
The Defense Information Systems Agency is focused on delivering innovative technology to the warfighter as quickly as possible, Vice Adm. Nancy Norton said.
Accelerating Innovation in Government — DISA’s Terry Carpenter
Carpenter joins FedScoop TV to discuss digital transformation and mobility in the DOD.
DISA wants to take a page out of DIUx’s acquisition playbook
One of the Pentagon's main IT purchasers says it wants to copy the practices of a smaller, more nimble military office when it comes to rapidly funding new capabilities from industry.
Juniper Networks lands Defense Information Systems Agency’s former CTO
The Defense Information Systems Agency's recently departed chief technology officer has joined Juniper Networks' federal division, the company announced Tuesday.
Pentagon’s IT provider seeks insider threat protection
The Defense Department’s unified IT provider is on the hunt for insider threat protection cybersecurity solutions to answer lawmakers’ fears that the department-wide network consolidation did not do enough to protect against threats from within.
Background check bureau’s IT ‘backbone’ completion more than a year out
The National Background Investigation Bureau will take over as the federal government's improved background investigations and security clearance entity Oct. 1, but its more secure and modernized IT infrastructure won't be fully operational for more than a year.