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Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI)

Lauren Knausenberger, U.S. Air Force chief information officer, greets U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Adam Williams, 52nd Communications Squadron commander, in front of Club Eifel on Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, July 21, 2021. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ali Stewart)

Air Force CIO: ‘We’re not waiting’ for JWCC

The Air Force is continuing to build onto its Cloud One platform despite the Department of Defense's plan to award a multi-cloud acquisition worth up to $9…
A Modular Fuel System vehicle leaves the Fisher ship after soldiers offloaded cargo during the Joint Readiness Exercise 20, at the Port of Port Arthur, Texas, Sept. 26, 2020. (Photo by Michelle Gigante)

Transportation Command migrating applications to Air Force’s Cloud One

The agency had planned to move its cloud capabilities to the Department of Defense's Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) cloud platform — but then it was canceled.
John Sherman, Department of Defense Chief Information Officer, participates in a virtual panel, April 15, 2021.(DoD photo by Chad J. McNeeley)

2021 in review: Out with JEDI, in with JWCC

After years of protests and failing to launch its landmark cloud program, the DOD in July took matters into its own hands, canceling JEDI.
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Media representatives film and take pictures of a US air force aircraft parked on the tarmac after an evacuation flight from Kabul at the Rota naval base in Rota, southern Spain, on August 31, 2021. (Photo by CRISTINA QUICLER/AFP via Getty Images)

DISA’s new HaCC office reflects hybrid cloud reality for DOD

By bringing together its cloud and on-premise data hosting functions, DISA is preparing to embrace the changing nature of hybrid computing.
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