Defense Digital Service (DDS)
DOD needs some help digitizing a massive collection of respiratory disease samples
The DOD wants to turn more than 86 million specimens into digital data to be run through machine learning algorithms.
DDS launches biometric app to identify friends, foes on battlefield
DDS says the app is an "upgrade" of current biometric technology used on the battlefield today. And, of course, its name is a reference to Star Wars canon.
DIU wants to bring swarming drones to the DOD
DIU is looking for platforms that enable drones to work as a larger autonomous team to swarm enemy forces.
Defense Digital Service grows its counter-UAS portfolio, opens DDS West
It's part of director Brett Goldstein's desire to push the group to do more applied work in critical areas.
Hack the Army 2.0 brings 146 new security vulnerabilities to light
More than 50 white-hat hackers from six countries participated in this second edition of the Army bug bounty program.
Let’s Talk About IT Ep. 9 — What’s new at the Defense Digital Service?
DDS Director Brett Goldstein gives FedScoop an inside look at his plans to grow the impact of the digital services team in 2020.