U.S. Transportation Command plans continued work in AWS cloud
As JEDI delays continue, U.S. Transportation Command plans to stick with Amazon Web Services as its cloud service provider for at least the next few years.
Transportation Command is looking to CMMC to secure its vulnerable contractors
U.S. Transportation Command relies heavily on data and is working to improve the data sharing agreements it has with contractors to better protect its data.
JEDI delay results in a win for Amazon with U.S. TRANSCOM
Because of the delays in awarding JEDI, U.S. Transportation Command said it had to extend an expiring commercial contract with AWS through July 2020.
After protest, TRANSCOM will move classified data to AWS cloud
The contract stands to serve as a major foot in the door for AWS to prove its ability to host DOD's secret-level systems.
Pentagon awards nearly $1B contract for cloud migration to REAN Cloud
The contract is based on a prototype REAN launched last year with the U.S. Transportation Command, helping migrate dozens of its legacy applications to the cloud.