Where does DOD enterprise e-mail really stand?

More than a year into the program, there are more questions than ever when it comes to DOD enterprise e-mail.

DISA senior executive to perform two roles

Defense Secretary announces change of assignment for Mark Orndorff.

Air Force's Hawkins takes charge as DISA director

Air Force Maj. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins took over the reins as DISA director in a Jan. 11 ceremony.

Teradata unit captures analytics work with Defense Commissary

Claraview specializes in business intelligence and data warehousing.

DISA readies cloud computing RFPs for early 2012

The agency wants a DOD-wide enterprise cloud but it sees hurdles ahead.

DOD personnel moves at DISA, DLA and in cyber policy

The Defense Department has announced a number of personnel moves in the world of defense IT.

Bids due for $4.6B DISA networking contract

DISA closes in on bidders for its Global Information Grid Services Management Operations contract.

Catapult launches IT upgrades, maintenance for DISA

Catapult Technology has won a four-year, $38 million IT contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Defense agencies adjust procurement thinking

At a time when the government is drawing borders around contractors, some defense IT officials are pinning their technology hopes on their close partnerships with companies.

DISA has crucial role to play in budget drawdown, Lynn says

DISA-led IT strategies will prove critical as the budget ax falls on the Defense Department, DOD Deputy Secretary William Lynn says.

S4 hires former GDIT director to run DOD programs

S4 Inc. has hired A former General Dynamics senior director to provide strategic direction for contracts that support North American Aerospace Defense Command and the U.S. Northern Command.

General Dynamics buys a spot on huge DISA contract

General Dynamics Corp. has acquired Network Connectivity Solutions Corp. to gain access to lucrative DISA contract.

GAO will finish its bid protest work

The Defense Information Systems Agency contended that GAO's authority to review certain bid protests ended on May 27, leaving Technatomy’s protest without merit.

SAIC wins $90M award to support DISA computing center

Science Applications International Corp. will provide technical support to the Defense Information Systems Agency under a five-year task order valued at more than $90 million.

GAO upholds Solers protest against DISA award to Booz Allen

Booz Allen's contingency language in its proposal for a DISA contract got it into trouble with the fixed-price requirements, GAO said in a new decision.

GAO protests Booz Allen bid

The Government Accountability Office want to yank a $25 million task order from the large contractor.

Need assistance with federal acquisitions? Call on agencies in the know.

Panelists at the Federal IT Acquisition Summit shared some of the lessons learned from federal assisted acquisitions.