Gen. Hyten calls DOD software acquisition a ‘nightmare’ in pitch for requirements reform
Gen. John Hyten said that software acquisitions is a "nightmare" and needs desperate reforms, along with re-shaping how requirements are written.
SAIC survives protest to hold onto $727M Air Force cloud contract
SAIC can start serving the Cloud One program now that the GAO denied a protest from incumbent Leidos.
U.S. Space Force plans first pitch day for innovative tech
The newest military branch will hold a pitch day at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida on March 4 in search of innovative solutions for installation and space operations support.
2019 in review: Agencies embrace RPA — AI less so
Trust in data is an issue implementing AI, but agencies overcame hurdles credentialing bots.
DOD kicks off procurement for 5G prototypes
DOD wants feedback on draft solicitations for smart warehouse and asset management at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia, and 5G dynamic spectrum sharing, at Hill Air Force Base in Utah.
When it comes to AI for security, ‘the marketing hype is at a 10, and delivery is at a 1’
Federal IT leaders weighed in on how they see the landscape at Tuesday's Security Transformation Summit.