Clarifying the misconception that requires all software serving records management purposes must be DoD 5015.2 Certified RMAs and why this is important for the Presidential Records Management Directive 2016 Goal requiring e-mail records to be managed electronically.
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Today’s warfighter needs and expects the latest information in order to complete their mission. But providing real-time access across the DoD Information Enterprise, particularly in tactical environments, has been a challenge. Find out how Google Search Appliance offers the DoD a way to break down information sharing barriers and give warfighters real-time access to the information they need to make confident decisions.
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Good post from Dan Risacher on acquiring systems versus providing services in the DoD. Applies widely to all government acquisition and dovetails with my views. Maybe that's why I like Dan.
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Normally this space is reserved for technical talk, but I was recently fortunate enough to attend Mil-OSS and wanted to take a moment to talk about the group. First off, Mil-OSS is a working group, not a conference. There are presentations and talks, but this is a group of people coming together to work toward a common goal: increasing the adoption of Open Source Software (OSS) inside the Department of Defense. It runs the gamut of interested parties: end users who are deploying OSS solutions in the field to members of the defense technology industry to prominent OSS project members. The group has one overriding tenant: through the adoption of open source software and methods, the DoD can accomplish its primary mission while increasing capability and agility.