DISA Grants Impact Level 4 Authorization to Oracle Cloud Suite; Mark Johnson Quoted

Jeff Brody
Mark Johnson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 25, 2019 — Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) received provisional authorization at Impact Level 4 to offer software-as-a-service applications to the Department of Defense, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 14.

The Defense Information Systems Agency authorized Oracle's Cloud Applications suite to help customer agencies manage and secure business processes, the company said Nov. 14.

“With built-in support for Impact Level 4, the DoD community can now take advantage of Oracle Cloud Applications to break down silos, quickly and easily embrace the latest innovations, and improve user engagement, collaboration, and performance,” said Mark Johnson, senior vice president of Oracle’s public sector business and a three-time Wash100 awardee.

The department seeks to update its human resources operations with the use of Human Capital Management Cloud, an offering from the company's SaaS suite.

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