DMI Wins Mobile Device Mgmt System Contract

DMIDigital Management Inc. has won a $16 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide a mobile device management system to the Defense Department, NextGov reported Friday.

Bob Brewin writes the three-year contract includes work to set up and operate an applications store where federal employees with smartphones and tablets can download approved software securely.

Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Thursday the military aims to bring commercial-off-the-shelf technology into the classified environment.

DISA wants mobile device management software that puts controls in place to safeguard the user community, including the capability to remotely wipe any device connected to the infrastructure, Brewin reports.

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