Marine Corps figuring out where IT-as-a-service ‘makes sense’
When asked about IT-as-a-service implementation, a Marine Corps official said he had “no fundamental issues” with it but still needs to figure out “where it makes sense.”
Army CIO Crawford plots course to Enterprise-IT-as-a-Service, cloud expansion
The Army is pivoting to adopt an Enterprise IT-as-a-service model, coupled with a renewed push to the cloud.
The future of the Air Force CIO, according to Matt Donovan
Two key Air Force offices are being merged and will be headed by an elevated CIO. Undersecretary Matt Donovan says it will help consolidate oversight of management, information and data.
Air Force awards $121M in Enterprise IT-as-a-Service ‘experiments’
AT&T won the first of the two awards worth $87.4 million through an other transaction agreement (OTA). Microsoft received the second, another OTA worth $34.4 million.
Air Force wants to experiment with consolidating service desk, device management
Experiments at up to 20 of 187 bases globally will "leverage commercially owned and operated IT services at those bases to learn and adjust before transitioning to the rest of the AF starting in 2020."