Billy Mitchell

Billy Mitchell

Billy Mitchell is FedScoop's Editor in Chief.

Prior to joining FedScoop in early 2014, Mitchell embedded himself in Washington, D.C.'s tech startup scene for a year as a tech reporter at InTheCapital, now known as DC Inno.

Before arriving in the nation's capital, Mitchell covered Kentucky's gritty judicial system and law enforcement community as a Kentucky Press Association award-winning crime and courts reporter for the Kentucky New Era. He also freelanced for the Leaf Chronicle, a daily in Clarksville, Tennessee, and the Nashville Scene, an alternative weekly tracing the counter culture of Music City.

After earning his degree at Virginia Tech and winning the school's Excellence in Print Journalism award, Mitchell received his master's degree from New York University in magazine writing while interning at publications like Rolling Stone.

When he's not head down in copy or out talking to CIOs about their newest IT initiatives, you can probably find Billy at a concert, rooting on his beloved Green Bay Packers, trying to hit small, dimpled white ball into a hole, or attempting to brew the perfect tasting beer.


The U.S. military is trying to figure out how to talk about data

by Billy Mitchell • 4 days ago

Leaders think the adoption of AI, among other things, will help services learn to talk about and embrace data.


DISA plans for more OTAs after early successes

by Billy Mitchell • 5 days ago

The agency has three new OTAs coming, including an evolution of the military's joint situational awareness system.


Christine Calvosa out as FCC CIO

by Billy Mitchell • 6 days ago

Calvosa was with the FCC for nearly five years, starting as the deputy CIO of technology and resiliency.


DOD to launch Trusted Capital Marketplace of startups, investors

by Billy Mitchell • 6 days ago

The marketplace is meant to help "small, innovative companies that, frankly, don't either have the resources or the sophistication in terms of the contacts to reach sources of capital."


Date set for oral arguments in Oracle’s JEDI lawsuit

by Billy Mitchell • 1 week ago

Once the case is settled, DOD would soon after be cleared to make an award to one of the two vendors — Microsoft and AWS — that meet the procurement’s “competitive range” requirements.


Oracle continues to cite AWS-Pentagon ties in revamped JEDI lawsuit

by Billy Mitchell • 2 weeks ago

The new complaint comes after the Pentagon concluded last month that there are no conflicts of interest surrounding the ongoing Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) procurement.

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