The VA is looking to 5G to enable ‘X-ray vision’ for doctors
VA doctors may soon be able to use AR headsets to superimpose medical imaging on a patient for "safer and more effective procedures."
Department of Defense 5G lead Evans steps down
Amanda Toman is understood to have replaced Joseph Evans as principal director for 5G technology on an acting basis.
5G networks need to be interoperable, DOD and DHS officials say
Agencies need to work on open standards for 5G, officials said during FedTalks.
Senate passes $1T infrastructure bill
The proposed legislation would authorize $100 million for a cyber response and recovery fund.
Infrastructure bill amendment includes $2.5B for 5G wireless rollout at military bases
Senator Shelby's revision had not been adopted as of Sunday evening.
DOD CIO to implement new electromagnetic spectrum strategy
The CIO will take over the responsibility from the vice chair of the Join Chiefs of Staff.
Keeping agencies operational when natural disaster strikes
The last thing agencies can afford during natural disasters is for communications to go down, but many agencies have yet to adequately diversify their networks.
Logistics a prime target for the Marine Corps’ AI, commandant says
The Marine Corps' top general emphasized that logistics will be critical in future wars.
Officials urge agencies to coordinate their IPv6 and zero-trust plans
Agencies' IPv6 implementation plans are due before the end of fiscal 2021.
US, Albania agree to develop secure 5G networks abroad
The U.S. wants to stop countries in the Western Balkans from buying potentially compromised Chinese infrastructure.