CSRA will launch milCloud® 2.0 beginning February 1 in two locations—three months ahead schedule. The initial locations are Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama and Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma, and CSRA will expand sites as demand dictates.
“It’s been a very fast-paced program,” said Donald Robinson, chief technology officer of CSRA’s defense business. “We have a great partner in the government that, as we can all see from the top of government down, are aligned to accelerate cloud adoption, and we hope this is one of the flagship programs that helps the DoD achieve its strategic goals.”
The U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded CSRA the $498 million ceiling contract to support milCloud® 2.0 Phase 1 in June 2017. Under the contract, CSRA will provide DoD with a private cloud infrastructure and leverage existing economies of scale with our FedRAMP High offering ARC-P. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract contains a three-year base period that will run through June 8, 2020, followed by five one-year options.
Get the latest news about milCloud® 2.0:
- CSRA prepares to roll out milCloud 2.0, Inside Defense
- Defense Department’s $500 Million Cloud To Go Live In February, NextGov
- CSRA readies launch of new Department of Defense cloud system, Washington Business Journal
- Increased demand pushes milCloud 2.0 to a February rollout, FedScoop
- CSRA moves milCloud 2.0 closer to going live, Washington Technology
- Report: CSRA Eyes February Launch for DoD’s milCloud 2.0, Executive Biz
- CSRA Preps for Feb. 1 Rollout of milCloud 2.0 Iteration, GovConWire
- Why the cloud matters on the battlefield, and what gov-con is doing to get it there, Washington Business Journal
“milCloud and the milCloud logo” are registered trademarks owned by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). CRSA is providing the milCloud 2.0 services to DoD customers under Contract HC102817D0004.