Digital Air Force
Air Force launches new digital transformation office
The small office of 12 has big ambitions to work on what digital systems the service buys and how it buys them.
The Air Force wants companies to use its tech stack for digital engineering. Industry isn’t so sure about that.
Digital engineering is the Air Force's future. To get there, it needs to convince industry to work in-house on its tech-development stack.
Air Force wants to lead on JADC2 system to connect military domains
The Air Force wants $302 million to fund Joint All Domain Command and Control. A part of this is moving enterprise IT out of the Air Force's hands and into contractor's.
For Air Force, tech modernization and multi-domain operations are ‘basically the same,’ deputy CIO says
In an interview with wth FedScoop, Air Force Deputy CIO Bill Marion details how the service's ongoing IT modernization effort is "directly supporting" and one-in-the-same with multi-domain operations.
Air Force gets supercomputing-as-a-service to power weather forecasting
A new Cray supercomputing system will be delivered to Oak Ridge National Lab and offered as-a-service to the Air Force weather forecasters.