The Smithsonian Institute’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation in Washington plans to showcase examples of today’s most creative military inventions.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Pentagon’s inspector general found that the Defense Department routinely reimbursed contractors for the expenses they claimed without examining their supporting documentation.
The Pentagon’s Joint Task Force Headquarters-DoD Information Network is testing software that aims to detect the telltale signs of a cyber attack as part of a more proactive approach to cyber defense.
The DoD IG says there are trends keeping small businesses from working with the military.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the House passes the VA MISSION Act, which would give the Veterans Affairs Department a long-awaited alternative to the Choice program and consolidates all seven community care programs.
Two Democratic lawmakers introduced a bill to establish a cyber adviser and office in the executive branch.
A May 7 memo from the Defense Department’s chief information officers gives “fourth estate” agencies until 2020 to migrate applications from more than 100 data centers.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Federal Risk Authorization and Management Program and the Cloud Security Alliance announce the creation of FedSTAR to offer mutual recognition between the two security programs.
Pentagon’s new rationale for JEDI: A multiple-award contract would slow the process of migrating military computing to the cloud.
Pentagon’s new guidance tells testers to examine supply chain for electronic components, reduce ‘check the box’ mentality
After a marathon markup, the House added a handful of important amendments to its version of the NDAA.
Democrats are asking the Defense Department to follow in the Obama and Bush administration footsteps and keep troop numbers transparent.
Developers, integrators, users and administrators at the Defense Department need to focus on the results and not give up or complain to one another.
The White House is considering two executive orders and lawmakers are adding provisions to bills trying to limit agency exposure to Chinese made technology.