Pentagon leaders emphasize role of emerging technologies in battle
The Pentagon's top two leaders were clear on their visions to empower new processes to buy and use tech in warfare.
Air Force brings Hack-a-Sat back for second year
Hackers will again be unleashed on satellites operated by the Air Force for the second iteration of Hack-a-Sat.
Army planning open-architecture guidelines for contracts
The Army is sketching out ways to get open-architecture and commonality into contracts for future systems to boost their interoperability.
Army looking for modernized enterprise data platform
The Army recently posted an initial request for information that will kick off the procurement of an enterprise data platform and services.
DOD to allow personal phones to access ‘DOD365’ platform
Acting DOD Chief Information Office John Sherman gave an update on the DOD's new collaboration platform, DOD365.
Former Army acquisition chief tapped to be DOD CTO
Heidi Shyu will be tapped by the president to lead the DOD's research and engineering enterprise, which grants billions of dollars for science and technology.
Air Mobility Command works to modernize the flightline
Xage security scored its second military contract, this time to help modernize and secure the Air Force's flightline operations.
Frank Kendall picked as Air Force secretary
Frank Kendall, the top defense acquisition official in the Obama administration and major CMMC skeptic, will be nominated to be Air Force secretary.
DOD expands rollout of new EHR
The DOD continues to roll out its electronic health records program that will one day be interoperable with the VA's new system.
The Army’s first software factory fully up and running
The Army's first software factory is up and running with its own office space in Austin Community College.