The first users of DoD’s new electronic health record call the system “life-changing,” but several years remain before it’s deployed worldwide.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center plans to deploy its own fully functional continuous evaluation system by fall 2018. Executive branch agencies buy into those services, and NCSC will continually vet agency employees against 10 different databases.
In part two of a two-part special report, “Is splitting the security clearance process destined for failure?” Federal News Radio explains how a series of poor decisions and mismanagement led to today’s investigative backlog.
The company that won DIUx’s first production contract says DoD’s new approach let it break an “effective veto” by traditional defense vendors.
For the Navy, much of the innovation has come from the Office of Naval Research. Now the ONR is starting to use so-called lean innovation process.
On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former chief information security officer at the Environmental Protection Agency and deputy chief information officer at the Veterans Affairs Department, addresses medical device cybersecurity.
After merger of three Pentagon IT organizations, the new Joint Service Provider declares full operational capability, becomes part of the Defense Information Systems Agency.
The Defense Department’s contracts get hung up at the Defense Contract Audit Agency, where it takes more than two years on average to close a contract.
New rules alter TRICARE’s benefit structure, require beneficiaries to sign up during open enrollment.
The Senate version of the Defense authorization bill doesn’t include a provision to make it easier for agencies to use commercial marketplaces.
Daniel Payne, the director of the Defense Security Services, said the continuous evaluation program will have 1 million employees by 2018.
The Army Corps of Engineers was part of the all-of-government response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The Uniformed Services University of the Health Services and West Virginia University are teaming up to take on opioid addiction.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency says the idea is far from final, but is exploring the idea of trading decades’ worth of its data to commercial firms in exchange for help with artificial intelligence and advanced computing algorithms.