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milCloud 2.0

The Defense Information Systems Agency building complex at Fort Meade, Md., Jan. 2, 2013. (DoD photo by Thomas L. Burton/Released)

DISA is ending milCloud 2.0 in June

DISA will not renew its milCloud 2.0 program, lead contractor GDIT told FedScoop.
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Air Force Senior Airman Isiah Chaney, right, and Airman 1st Class Reginald Maffett install a switch panel at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, July 29, 2016. (Air Force photo by Senior Airman Justyn M. Freeman)

DOD defends its decision to move to commercial cloud with a single award

The Pentagon's stance is that multiple awards would make the JEDI project too complex and too risky.
Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City is the site of one of the data centers where Defense Department customers are migrating systems. In this photo, a Air Force Reserve C-17A Globemaster III prepares to take off from the base in September 2017. (Air Force photo by Greg L. Davis)

Increased demand pushes milCloud 2.0 to a February rollout

Officials said they plan to launch milCloud 2.0 three months ahead of schedule.
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