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Department of Defense Implementation of the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative: Implications for Federal Information Technology Reform Management
Patricia Moloney Figliola (ed)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) is the single largest energy consumer in the nation. As the largest owner of federal data centers, with 772, the DOD has more than twice as many centers as any other agency. By consolidating some of its data centers, DOD could have a significant positive impact on energy savings for the federal government. DOD has instituted a number of policy directives, as have all federal agencies, that influence energy use in its data centers. Data centers are facilities used to store, manage, and disseminate electronic information for a computer network. They house servers, which are computers used to perform network-management functions such as data storage and processing, and communications equipment and devices to connect the servers with the network. Power consumption varies greatly among data centers but is typically many times higher than for other kinds of buildings. Contents of this report: Introduction; General Data Center Characteristics; The Data Center Trend Arc: From Growth to Consolidation; Building Towards the Current Consolidation Initiative; The Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative; DOD Data Center Consolidation; Issues for Congress. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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