Mike Krieger

The U.S. Army’s efforts to move to new, single enterprise email service would be halted, at least temporarily, if language in the 2012 defense authorization bill approved by House and Senate negotiators Monday goes into effect, according to a report by Federal News Radio.

The legislation orders Army Secretary John McHugh to designate the service’s enterprise-email transition as a formal acquisition program, which would be overseen by the Army’s assistant secretary for acquisitions, logistics and technology, rather than under the direction of the Army’s G-6 CIO office. Keep reading →

The Army has entered DISA’s Cloud Computing Purple Zone.

It’s secure. It’s effective. And it is saving the Army $100 million this year alone on enterprise email operating costs, according to Mike Krieger, deputy chief information officer, G-6, U.S. Army. Keep reading →