More than a month after its official due date, the Defense Department still hasn't released a detailed plan and progress report on its massive data center consolidation program. The Defense Department owns about one-third of the government's roughly 2,800 official data centers. The government plans to close 1,000 or more of those centers by 2015.
The Office of Management and Budget ordered agencies to release detailed consolidation progress reports by Oct. 7. Defense missed that deadline but said its report was going through an internal approval process and would be out within 30 days. As of Monday, 31 days later, the report still hadn't been released.
Source: Next Gov