DOD, IC leaders push for diversity in IT workforce
Diversity in thought, diversity in culture and diversity in experiences are critical to national security, according to leaders from the DOD and IC.
New CIO Aaron Weis wants to redeem Navy after damning cyber review
"I'm hopeful that at some point we'll get an opportunity to get a better grade, and I'm sure we'll do that," Weis said Wednesday at an AFCEA DC luncheon.
DevOps is transforming SOCOM’s culture, says CIO
I don't think anything is going to change our culture more than adopting an enterprisewide view of DevOps," SOCOM CIO Lisa Costa said.
DIU wants devices to monitor chemical exposure
The agency envisions repurposing modern glucose or physiologic monitoring technologies.
Oracle continues JEDI protest after Microsoft award
Oracle is pushing ahead with its argument that the single-award format of the contract led to gate criteria that were "prejudicial."
Google’s departure from Project Maven was a ‘little bit of a canary in a coal mine’
Leaders of the artificial intelligence project failed to be transparent upfront and did not control the narrative, says Lt. Gen. Jack Shanahan.
Department of Energy closely watching DOD’s JEDI implementation
DOE is watching to see how DOD's JEDI may change the way the two interact when sharing information.
DISA looks to expand DevSecOps to its infrastructure
The IT support agency highlighted DevSecOps as one of its 10 emerging technology focus areas for 2020.
Four bases named for military’s 5G wireless tests
There's one base for each of the military services.
Defense Innovation Board debuts AI ethics principles for defense
Combat and noncombat uses of the technology should be responsible, equitable, traceable, reliable and governable, DIB says.