DOD's new data center closure team launches work in Charleston

By Jordana Mishory / November 1, 2016 at 3:30 PM
The Pentagon's new data center closure team began its work in Charleston, SC, this week, according to Defense Department Chief Information Officer Terry Halvorsen. The team, which is tasked with identifying and closing the most expensive and least efficient DOD data centers, started its work Monday and is expected to be in Charleston for at least two weeks, Halvorsen said during a media roundtable at the Pentagon Tuesday. Halvorsen said he hopes that a decision -- which could focus on...

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