DIA aims to be more inclusive of allies, partners in MARS system
Defense Intelligence Agency leaders are working to remove NOFORN from the systems and lexicon of the agency to make the U.S. a more effective sharer of information with allied partners.
Get those 8GB files ready: DISA launches new unclassified file transfer system
The original version of the SAFE system was designed for a smaller set of users, and the new technology will reach enterprisewide, DISA says.
DIU announces disaster-mapping AI challenge
The DIU's second AI challenge, xVIEW2, seeks AI solutions for post-disaster mapping.
HHS partners with DISA on assured identity biometric login system
DISA's Assured Identity program is catching on with HHS for potential use with first responders and other health care workers.
Army’s new cyber units come with serious workforce challenges, GAO finds
The Army is facing a range of staffing, equipment and training issues as it shifts to face the future of warfare.
NGA inks $824 million modernization deal with Perspecta
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency signed a deal with Perspecta for a wide range of enterprise engineering.
Tests of wildfire-tracking AI are just months away, JAIC says
The goal is to produce hourly updates to crews instead of the daily wildfire maps that are the current standard.
How the Intelligence Community can modernize legacy TDM networks — and lower costs
Modern circuit-to-packet technology offers IC agencies a better way to maintain critical enterprise data systems running on expiring technologies.
DOD establishing a director role to lead 5G development
The position will oversee a new Pentagon initiative to support 5G development.
Pentagon IG details investigation into handling of JEDI, potential ‘misconduct’
The Office of the Inspector General is reviewing "the DoD’s handling of the JEDI cloud acquisition, including the development of requirements and the request for proposal process."