Information-sharing seems to be the name of the game in intelligence these days. And, just in time, the Defense Department announced the finishing touches on a new information-sharing program that will allow
The Defense Information Systems Agency last week held its first combined Customer and Industry Forum at National Defense University on Fort Lesley J. McNair in Washington, D.C., bringing together the previously separate
The Defense Information Systems Agency recently had some senior leadership changes. Army Lt. Gen. Carroll F. Pollett, the director of the DISA, announced three senior leadership moves. Paige Atkins, who serves as
John J. Garing, director of strategic planning and information at Defense Information Systems Agency, announced April 30 his plans to retire from the agency, according to Washington Technology. Garing made the announcement
âThis is vastly different from anything youâve ever seen before,â said GSA representative today at DISA & GSAâs 3rd Industry Day. The two organizations invited media and industry to attend the Future
âEnd-to-End Solutions Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Draft RFP Industry Dayâ will be held on April 7, 2010. GSA and DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency) are partnering to host this event and inviting
The Armyâs chief information officer, Jeffrey Sorenson, is spearheading an effort to consolidate the Armyâs email system. They also plan to outsource its operation to make it more efficient, cost-effective and secure.