Trump budget requests small cut for IT in 2020
The White House has called for $87.79 billion in IT funding across civilian and defense agencies.
Air Force Pitch Day brings in ‘phenomenal’ energy
It also resulted in 51 discovery phase SBIR contracts.
Air Force expands IT-as-a-Service pilots with Unisys contract
The Air Force has enlisted Unisys to provide end-user services for up to three years.
Could artificial intelligence be the key to DOD completing a clean audit?
The head of the Pentagon's new artificial intelligence capability believes AI could play a key role in helping the DOD shore up its accounting in hopes of bringing the pipedream to reality.
Defense Digital Service leads acquisition of modern security clearance prototype
The Pentagon wants its SABER.
White House looks to fund DOD’s Joint AI Center
The $208 million in requested funding would be the first big investment in the Department of Defense's Joint AI Center (JAIC).
DISA transfers background check IT work to Defense Security Service
DISA will transfer the "authority, direction, and control" of its National Background Investigation Service to the Defense Security Service.
DOD gets first shared supercomputers for classified research
It's the first time the entirety of the Department of Defense will have access to such a supercomputing resource.
Army CIO Crawford plots course to Enterprise-IT-as-a-Service, cloud expansion
The Army is pivoting to adopt an Enterprise IT-as-a-service model, coupled with a renewed push to the cloud.
Air Force launches digital-focused business plan
The plan keys in on the need to enhance the service's data, IT and cybersecurity operations.