Defense Digital Service
Oracle’s JEDI cloud contract protest denied
This decision signifies that, at least in the eyes of GAO, JEDI complies with procurement laws and regulations.
DOD’s new chief data officer says talent is the ‘biggest single challenge’ he faces
And here's how Michael Conlin intends to tackle it.
Air Force opens itself up to hacking, again
It's the "most inclusive" bug bounty program to date, meaning that foreign nationals — except those from China, Russia, Iran or North Korea — are welcome to participate.
Defense Digital Service, Army Cyber Command expand partnership with workspace ‘Tatooine’
Dubbed Tatooine, the new workspace located at the state-owned Georgia Cyber Center is the expansion of a pilot project launched last year to join DDS staff and Cyber Command soldiers to solve hard problems.
DOD expands Hack the Pentagon program to cover hardware, systems
DOD tapped cybersecurity firms Synack, HackerOne and Bugcrowd to provide vetted hackers for continual assessments of defense websites, hardware and physical systems.
Can collaboration tools like Slack, HipChat and G Suite help fix government? USDS is betting on it
FedScoop sat down at the USDS headquarters with a group of members embedded at various agencies who described how they use collaborative tools and why they believe they're so important in modernizing government operations.