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Search Tags: Defense Information Systems Agency
Vendors say agencies likely to start small with private networks
The Defense Information Systems Agency will require collaborative tools to be available in all IT purchases.
DoD withdrew the nomination of Teresa Takai for CIO, but Takai could still end up in a "refashioned" position.
A video teleconferencing system has picked up some serious steam at the Defense Department, and helped the agency with its telework program.
Some of the high-tech collaboration tools that have worked for the military could soon be at the fingertips of all government workers.
The Defense Department is looking for two things as it pertains to collaboration: Security and inter-operability.