Biden taps IT company CEO Del Toro to be secretary of the Navy

Carlos Del Toro has been nominated to become the civilian in charge of the Navy and Marine Corps.

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New-era authentication key widens trusted access to federal resources

by • 17 hours ago

As FIDO2 authentication standards grow in popularity, agencies that still depend on PKI cards need more flexible approaches to authentication, says new report.

Glavy nominated as top IT officer for US Marine Corps

by • 19 hours ago

If confirmed by the Senate, Maj. Gen. Matthew Glavy will become the service's equivalent of a uniformed CIO.

Air Force rolls out new software for flight planning using Cloud One

by • 20 hours ago

The new software will integrate with the military's JADC2 strategy.

Hack the Army event yields 102 critical security gaps

by • 2 days ago

The Army worked with Defense Digital Services and HackerOne on the latest bug bounty, which identified 238 overall vulnerabilities.

Streamlining government services with intelligent document processing

by • 3 days ago

In order for agencies to succeed in their digital transformation strategies, leaders will need to look at AI-enabled automated document processing solutions.

HHS to issue timeline for health care data sharing guidance in coming months

by • 4 days ago

New standards on network interoperability will help the agency respond more effectively to a future pandemic.

DISA issues RFI to obtain advice on zero-trust procurement

by • 4 days ago

The agency seeks guidance on how to approach the purchase of software and other technology.

USCIS seeks information on contract cybersecurity personnel

by • 5 days ago

The agency last week said it is looking to expand cybersecurity defenses in a range of areas.

U.S. Navy inks $2.5B contract with Dell for enterprise software licenses

by • 5 days ago

Under terms of the five-year deal, the technology company will provide user-based software licenses.

DISA identity management service to reach entire DOD by next year

by • 1 week ago

A new access management tool will reach all corners of the DOD by next year, a DISA official said.