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Joseph Klimavicz, deputy assistant attorney general and chief information officer at the Department of Justice, discusses the implementation of the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract, and his new role as chief data officer at the agency.

The Department of Justice is underway with their implementation of the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract. The new communications platform means that DOJ employees will have access to better internet and telecom systems both at HQ and satellite locations. Joseph Klimavicz, deputy assistant attorney general and Chief Information Officer at the DOJ, says that the increased bandwidth is something all employees will take notice of.


“The biggest thing is more bandwidth. The unit price is going to go down. Most people would rather have more bandwidth than lower costs,” Klimavicz said. “We really need more bandwidth, especially at our remote sites, and even at our core facilities to connect them together. I think we’ll have more flexibility when it comes to security, new policies. In the end, we’ll be able to get to our cloud service providers and more flexible and build in the resiliency too. It’s going to be win-win across the board.”


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