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DISA Global Combat Support System-Joint tops list of successful IT buys
Friday - 12/16/2011, 6:42pm EST
Overall, feds plan to spend $81 billion for IT in 2012. And in a bid to examine best practices for successful IT buying, GAO evaluated what agencies did right when making technology purchases.
The Global Combat Support System-Joint's Increment 7 investment, a Defense Information Systems Agency program, topped GAO's list.
Army Lt. Col. Camilla White, the deputy program manager for the GCSS, joined In Depth with Francis Rose to discuss some IT-acquisition best practices.
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