House Armed Services to focus on tech, procurement under new chair Smith
Adam Smith, the top member of the House Armed Services Committee, shared his priorities during a Brookings Institute event.
DARPA program that could enable JADC2 at risk of slipping through the bureaucratic cracks
DARPA coded a program that can write its own software to build networks on the fly. But the program is at risk of falling through the cracks of the sustainment process.
DOD policy nominee wants more ‘resilient’ networks
Colin Kahl faced several questions on DOD cyber policy and network vulnerabilities, pushing for a greater focus on "resiliency" to deter future attacks.
Air Force looking for 5G in space
The Air Force wants 5G on the ground and in space to help link the two.
DOD adds 6,000 new users to electronic health record system
MHS GENESIS added more than 6,000 new users, mostly in the San Diego region.
General overseeing JADC2 says industry solutions ‘not good enough’
Industry has yet to deliver in the eyes of the top official leading JADC2.
Air Force turns to VR for suicide prevention training
The virtual reality program has new modules that were recently tested in California to give lifelike simulations for getting distressed airmen help.
DISA’s Vice Adm. Norton retires
The first female director of DISA, Vice Adm. Nancy Norton pushed for diversity and oversaw the military IT support agency through challenging times.
NSA issues zero trust guidance, urging DOD and contractors to adopt model
The NSA's document on zero trust urges contractors and DOD network administrators to move to the model where no one is trusted.