New DOD CIO seeks 'enduring,' 'sustainable' change to IT estate

By Justin Doubleday / May 17, 2018 at 5:27 PM
BALTIMORE, MD -- The Defense Department's new chief information officer wants to institute lasting change to DOD's information technology "estate," as he sees cloud computing as one of the underlying foundations to future military innovation. Dana Deasy, a long-time corporate CIO who came out of retirement to take the Pentagon job, spoke publicly for the first time since he officially started at DOD eight days ago. "There's a lot to be done," Deasy said today at an Armed Forces Communications...

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