National security-focused Anduril raises $200M in venture funding

Silicon Valley tech company Anduril scored big in its latest round of investment.

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The DOD needs to define AI and protect its data better, watchdog says

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A new IG report dinged the DOD for its lack of coordination on AI projects and a need for stronger security controls to protect its data.

Pandemic pushes JAIC to continue AI humanitarian efforts

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The first sprint the the office did in response to the pandemic was to give National Guard and Northern Command service members a dashboard that could monitor supply chain shortages.

By using AI, the VA dramatically decreased claims processing intake times, official says

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The VA's benefits administration went from taking 10 days to sort the mail to about half a day. "We are happy to talk about how good we are," its administrator said.

How the Navy beat its own timeline for its largest cloud migration

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The Navy's EPR office expected to migrate its data to the cloud in 18 months, a timeline that was too long for leadership. Here's how it did it in less than half the time.

Marine Corps creates first ‘Network Battalion’ for cyberdefense and modernization

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The Marine Corps latest battalion is all about enterprise network protection and modernization.

Air Force awards $630M contract to move weather forecasting to the cloud

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The Air Force issued a major contract to modernize it's weather forecasting and shift to a "software-centric, cloud-based" approach.

The Pentagon’s Platform One goes full-on remote

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DOD's Platform One team will continue to bring secure platform services to the Pentagon while working from home for the foreseeable future.

Air Force wants to reserve its cyber experts for big jobs while AI plays defense

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The Air Force sees defensive cyber measures as the best place to start when it comes to using artificial intelligence.

DOD’s top two tech-strategy officials to step down in July

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The top two DOD official for research and engineering have resigned, effective July 10, a defense official told FedScoop.

The DOD wants better cybersecurity for its contractors. The first steps haven’t been easy.

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The big questions are starting to add up on CMMC. The biggest: Will this thing work?

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