Judge lifts stay in JEDI protest, says award won’t come before July 19
The judge's new proposed schedule forbids the Department of Defense from awarding JEDI no sooner than July 19.
DOD considers contractor support for JEDI cloud program office
DOD is interested in bringing on a vendor to support the program offices responsible for JEDI.
No conflicts of interest in JEDI cloud acquisition, DOD finds
The Pentagon announced that just AWS and Microsoft meet "competitive range" requirements for the contract.
Cloud will mean better cybersecurity for sensitive DOD data, deputy CIO says
Donald Heckman, deputy CIO for cybersecurity at the Department of Defense, says the cloud is really an opportunity to improve the military's data management and cyber posture.
What to watch for in the 2020 budget
If the past year is any indication, there are a few items the federal IT community should be closely watching when the budget request drops.
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.