Lauren Knausenberger

Air Force awards $5.7B contract for enterprise IT as a service


The program is intended to outsource basic IT services and free up airmen for more specialized network defense tasks and mission assurance.

Air Force CIO releases IT strategy to run through fiscal 2028


A final version of the strategy should be issued in the coming days, said CIO Lauren Knausenberger.

Contract award imminent for EITaaS Wave 1, Air Force CIO says


Wave 1 of Enterprise IT as a Service will provide improved and consolidated service desks as well as a catalog for more than 700,000 users worldwide.

Pentagon faces shortage of edge-computing capability for space systems


Top air and space IT officials want to bring processing power to the edge while on orbit.

USAF building its cloud environment; Cyber Command asking industry for help; DOJ thwarting cybercrime


Air Force CIO Lauren Knausenberger; former Federal CISO Grant Schneider; former Senior CIA Official Ron Marks.

Air Force CIO: ‘We’re not waiting’ for JWCC


The Air Force is continuing to build onto its Cloud One platform despite the Department of Defense's plan to award a multi-cloud acquisition worth up to $9 billion later this year.