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SPLC 2019 Summit: Sustainability in Cloud-Services Procurements

Slides from David Asiello, Program Manager, US Department of Defense, presented at the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council’s 2019 Summit in Portland, OR.

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SPLC 2019 Summit: Sustainability in Cloud-Services Procurements

  1. 1. DoD Cloud Procurement David Asiello Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Sustainment 22 May 2019
  2. 2. DoD Cloud Procurement Drivers “If we fail to adapt … at the speed of relevance, then our military forces … will lose the very technical and tactical advantages we've enjoyed since World War II.” Cybersecurity & Resilience Data-Driven Decisions Global Information Environment Integrated Capabilities Acting at Machine Speed
  3. 3. q December 2018 DoD Cloud Strategy • The Department must take full advantage of this [commercial cloud computing] technology enabler DoD Cloud Procurement Drivers, Cont. Context • Inadequate Efficiency and Security in IT • Disparate Cloud Efforts and Disjointed Implementation • Lack of Cloud Fitness • Readiness for Artificial Intelligence Objectives • Enable Exponential Growth • Scale for the Episodic Nature of the DoD Mission • Proactively Address Cyber Challenges • Enable AI and Data Transparency • Extend Tactical Support for the Warfighter at the Edge • Take Advantage of Resiliency in the Cloud • Drive IT Reform at DoD Guiding Principles • Warfighter First • Cloud Smart-Data Smart • Leveraging Commercial Industry Best Practices • Creating a Culture Better Suited for Modem Technology Evolution
  4. 4. q DoD currently has multiple means of acquiring cloud computing capabilities • In-house contracting activities; GovCloud; GSA schedules • Resulting in more than 500 individual cloud efforts q Defense Information Systems Agency recently began offering milCloud 2.0 as an on-premises cloud solution • Reduces hosting costs • Migrates multiple platforms down to one • Completed approx. 50% of the mandatory migration of non- military defense agencies to milCloud 2.0 • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solution that leverages a combination of COTS and government developed technology Current Framework for Cloud Procurements
  5. 5. q Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) • Value: ~$10B over 10 years • Award date: July 2019 (at the earliest) • IaaS and PaaS q Defense Enterprise Office Solution (DEOS) • Value: ~$8B • Uses General Services Administration IT Schedule 70 contract • GSA has not released final RFP • Software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud solution that will unify and modernize enterprise email, portal services, and enterprise collaboration tools Upcoming Enterprise Cloud Initiatives
  6. 6. q DoD’s in-house milCloud 2.0 data centers are covered under the Department’s sustainability and sustainable procurement policies q DoD is leveraging commercial industry technology, capability, and innovation, including cloud providers reducing costs through energy efficiency q DoD is creating a culture that is better suited for adaptability and modem technology, including innovation around effective resolution of e-waste Use of GEC’s Guidance
  7. 7. DAVID ASIELLO Department of Defense Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Sustainment david.j.asiello.civ@mail.mil 571-372-6793

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Slides from David Asiello, Program Manager, US Department of Defense, presented at the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council’s 2019 Summit in Portland, OR.

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