A day after releasing one half of the final NGEN RFP, the Navy releases a draft version of the other, saying it’s made several changes.
The commander of Air Education and Training Command wants to overhaul the service’s process for training new pilots, and artificial intelligence will play a major role.
Air Force secretary Heather Wilson said the service needs 74 additional squadrons in order to meet the missions it’s been assigned under the new national defense strategy.
Appeals court says the Army acted arbitrarily and capriciously when it decided to pay contractors to build a new intelligence IT system, rather than buying a commercially-available one.
The organizational chart that maps out responsibilities for ensuring VA’s new electronic health record will work with DoD’s has 16 different boxes in it. That’s a worry for many lawmakers.
To advance the state-of-the art in using artificial intelligence for electronic warfare, the Army’s Rapid Capabilities Office turns to a nontraditional “challenge” process.
The Homeland Security secretary says changing the name of the National Protection and Programs Directorate is more than cosmetic, while also calling for new authorities to chase terrorist drones.
Air Force chief says the service is likely to restructure its Pentagon offices and numbered forces to combine cyber, ISR and electronic warfare.
Army Futures Command only came about because of Sen. John McCain’s insistence that the Army fix its modernization problems, service leaders said.
Senate version of Defense funding bill would require detailed examination of MHS Genesis by the Government Accountability Office.
The new commander of Army Cyber Command is advocating for a rebranding, along with an expanded mission set that embraces information operations, intelligence.
As it seeks a new long-term strategy for its tactical networks, Army leaders say they’re aiming to jumpstart the design process by beginning with commercial equipment that’s already been proved by the military’s special operations forces.
Annual compendium finds DoD could save $2.3 billion if it implemented just 33 out of its more than 1,500 open recommendations.
Intelligence agencies strive to implement AI and machine learning, but struggle to make data available for those machines to chew on.