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.
DISA transfers background check IT work to Defense Security Service
DISA will transfer the "authority, direction, and control" of its National Background Investigation Service to the Defense Security Service.
Top Pentagon cyber leadership targets ‘outcomes, results’ in 2019
“You have a set of leaders who are very impatient, including myself, that are done admiring the problem and are moving into tasking," CIO Dana Deasy said.
In moving $8B DEOS contract to GSA, DISA looks to help non-defense agencies
"The rest of the federal government has similar requirements to do what we're trying to do to have commercial cloud vendors deliver these capabilities to them," said a DISA official.
DISA expands availability of its mobile management service
The cost for the service is now $4.31 per device, per month, down from $7.54.
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.