Census Bureau needs help protecting its networks for the next decade
The agency that is currently counting every single person in the country wants help to revamp its cybersecurity strategy for the next decade.
The Army’s financial management systems have enough tech. Here’s what they need next.
Hint: It involves people.
HHS gauges industry’s appetite for sharing data on medical supply availability
The information would flow to a "supply chain IT control tower" allowing for real-time visibility across the Strategic National Stockpile, according to a new RFI.
JAIC needs its own acquisition authority within next two years, Shanahan says
The JAIC wants to award contracts to be able move faster on delivering artificial intelligence products to military.
Google reinserts itself into DOD cloud conversation with DIU pilot contract
The cloud security contract comes after Google stood down from several major defense technology projects in recent years.
Air Force launches search for AI-enabled ‘Skyborg’ drones
The Skyborg program is now seeking contractors to develop unmanned systems to team with fighter jets.
VA is latest to turn to Palantir as agencies hone real-time coronavirus surveillance systems
The nearly $5 million contract covers a subscription to the Gotham data-sharing software. The Veterans Health Administration will use it to track and analyze COVID-19 outbreak areas.
Air Force and DISA working to secure off-the-shelf phones with specialized cases
The cases could allow military personnel to keep their phones with them in secure facilities that usually shun mobile devices, while helping to secure their communications when they're just out and about.
JAIC awards biggest contract yet to buy AI for the battlefield
Booz Allen Hamilton will get $800 million under the Alliant 2 Governmentwide Acquisition Contract.
Navy launches more ‘Tech Bridges’ to increase collaboration on technology
The Navy is doubling the number of "Tech Bridge" offices around the country from six to 12.