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Lauren Knausenberger, U.S. Air Force
Lauren Knausenberger speaks Dec. 4, 2018, at the Public Sector Innovation Summit presented by VMware and produced by FedScoop and StateScoop. (FedScoop)

Lauren Knausenberger named Air Force deputy CIO

Knausenberer comes into the role after serving as chief transformation officer most recently, and director of cyberspace innovation before that.
Dana Deasy, Department of Defense Chief Information Officer, meets with various Naval Special Warfare commands to learn about their capabilities onboard Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Alex Perlman/Released)

DOD launches task force of CIOs to combat teleworking challenges

The DOD has set up a CIO-led task force on "teleworking readiness" as employees work from home on an unprecedented scale.
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Lt. Gen. Bruce T. Crawford, the U.S. Army Chief Information Officer, talked to senior leaders from all three components in the U.S. Army during the U.S. Army Reserve Chief Information Officer/Signal Workshop in the Office of the Chief of the Army Reserve on Fort Belvoir, Virginia, May 14-15, 2019. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Stephanie Ramirez)

Army IT leadership calls 2020 ‘foundational’ for cloud and data

The rest of the year will be dedicated to consolidating data and build a solid foundation for the future use of cloud services.
Air Force Cyber
Airmen with the 68th Network Warfare Squadron monitor Air Force communications to analyze disclosures of critical information and perform data loss prevention at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, Oct. 25, 2018. (U.S. Air Force photo by J.M. Eddins Jr.)

Google wins Air Force EITaaS award for IT security

The Air Force inks another OTA, this time with tech giant Google, for Enterprise IT-as-a-Service work.
Army 2nd Cavalry Regiment
The 2nd Cavalry Regiment used its on-the-move Tactical Network Transport during a live-fire exercise at Rose Barracks, Germany. (DOD photo / 1st Lt. Ellen C. Brabo, 2nd Cavalry Regiment)

Army awards IT-as-a-service prototype contracts

AT&T, Verizon and Microsoft scored the trio of EITaaS pilot contracts.
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