DOD unveils digital modernization strategy with familiar themes for upgrading IT
Another DOD strategy reiterates similar points the Pentagon has been echoing for years: the department needs to be digital, and in a big way.
Court denies Oracle’s protest in JEDI case
A Court of Federal Claims judge issued an order in favor of the Department of Defense and intervenor Amazon Web Services, denying Oracle's lawsuit Friday morning.
DOD’s artificial intelligence center wants pitches from industry this fall
The JAIC is particularly interested in autonomous cyberdefense; user activity monitoring and attribution; social media and dark web analysis; DevOps; network mapping; and data engineering.
Dana Deasy to get president’s official nomination as DOD CIO
Deasy, of course, is already the DOD CIO. But a new law this year required the president to nominate him for Senate confirmation.
The U.S. military is trying to figure out how to talk about data
Leaders think the adoption of AI, among other things, will help services learn to talk about and embrace data.
Pentagon building clouds to secure smaller defense contractors
The Department of Defense is experimenting with providing innovative small companies government-furnished clouds to secure their software environment — something they often can't afford to do on their own.