State Dept. to Consolidate Data Centers

The U.S. State Department has posted a notice indicating it will consolidate its data center, according to Federal Computer Week.

The U.S. State Department has posted a notice indicating it will consolidate its data center, according to Federal Computer Week. The consolidation plans are described in a presolicitation notice on the Federal Business Opportunities Web site. The project "includes a broad range of services not limited to hardware and software evaluation and recommendations, configuration management system design and implementation, physical server virtualization and transition, and LAN administration support for server transition and consolidation," the document states.

The Obama administration's stimulus plan includes $290 million for a “Capital Investment Fund” for the Department of State to beef up its IT security and mission-critical operations, with $38 million of that earmarked for the Agency for International Development.

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