What’s impeding the DOD’s push for innovation? Turns out, a lot

by Carten Cordell • 5 days ago

In a hearing Tuesday, officials pointed to several problems limiting DOD's innovation and possible solutions.

Adapt or die: The national security implications of a globalized tech market

by Billy Mitchell • 8 months ago

The federal government needs to embrace global trends in the technology market or face irrelevance, officials and executives said.

Trump administration taps innovation expert to lead VA’s integration office

by Carten Cordell • 9 months ago

The Trump administration has selected Melissa Sue Glynn to serve as the Department of Veterans Affairs' assistant secretary for enterprise integration.

Innovation is key to an effective Trump administration, think tank says

by Michael Bergin • 10 months ago

A new ITIF report proposes a specific set of recommendations for how the White House Office of American Innovation should apply customer-driven innovations to federal processes and policies.

DARPA announces call for research aimed at ‘revolutionary advances’

by Cassandra Stephenson • 10 months ago

Eligible proposals must focus on enabling "revolutionary advances" using innovative means, according to the announcement.

DHS officials: Failed FLASH procurement a chance to learn from mistakes

by Billy Mitchell • 10 months ago

"We had an agile process for doing the solicitation and the evaluation, but we fell back to a waterfall documentation process, which caused us some problems," DHS Chief Procurement Officer Soraya Correa said.