The US military doesn’t know how many websites it runs

The Department of Defense is not sure how many websites it operates. The Stars and Stripes reported that Paul Haverstick, the deputy director of defense media activities at Fort Mead in Maryland last month, said the number of Web sites operated by the Pentagon is "undefined" . Army News Air Defense News Defense media activity dealing with the publication of official outlets such as Marines News is a US military multimedia relief activity Navy News For soldiers and civilians

But it seems that there is no official count of all the websites that are responsible for it. The DMA website says it supports the "740 Army and Ministry of Defense website" But Haverstick estimates that the DMA is responsible for between 2,000 and 5,000 web sites, which include the main sites of various military branches, and individual sites linking to blogs and sites. Services do not manage everything in the US Department of Defense. Some websites are hosted on public sites. [19659006] Stars and Stripes have faced budget cuts in recent years with the rest of the Pentagon in the DMA and "can focus on the FDA's mission and reduce responsibility for the Department of Defense public website infrastructure" In order to properly assess the way forward, you will have to rethink that responsibility.

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