The Army believes it now has a workable strategy to buy cyber capabilities within 30 days, but it started by fixing its budgeting and requirements processes.
The Army says its new Task Management Tool has significantly sped up the paperwork process within the Pentagon, other Army headquarters organizations.
The Defense Digital Service aims to help DoD’s software developers and program managers transition their code to the open source community.
The Navy will test a new architecture that relies on web services and shared IT infrastructure in a combination of ashore and afloat clouds.
It’s now been a little over a year since the Army issued a highly-prescriptive directive, telling its commands and installations exactly which IT systems needed to move from which data centers, which data centers had…
Rep. Mike Conaway, one of just a few financial accounting experts in Congress, says the Defense Department has already shown tremendous progress as it undertakes its first-ever audit.
DoD’s adoption of a new electronic health record is a major driver for a bevy of other upgrades to health IT in the military health system, including a new, worldwide virtual private network and common desktop.
Sarkis Tatigian, 94, just marked his 75th anniversary as a Navy employee, but says he has no immediate plans to retire.
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 Air Force’s decision to consolidate base support functions has gone some way toward the goal of reducing headquarters staffs, but officials see its real value in gathering enterprise-level information.
The Army is just a few weeks into what’s likely to be one of the largest tactical IT upgrades in its recent history.
U.S. Cyber Command’s elevation to a unified combatant command is “mostly symbolic,” but the symbolism is important.
The Navy is developing a new framework that will determine how it administers its technology development process. The goal, the chief of Naval research tells Federal News Radio, is to “impedance match” each stage of the acquisition system with the pace of technology.
The Navy is testing a new evaluation system that it says will be more objective, deliver greater fidelity in measuring sailors’ performance. The end goal is to use the scores to help inform servicemembers’ compensation packages.