How a small group of Marines is advancing modernization with coding
The Marine Corps needs every manhour it can get. So a small group of Marines have come together to use software to make the corps more effective.
DISA to launch $11B, single-award Defense Enclaves Services IT contract in September
The DES contract will be to support DISA's work to consolidate and modernize the IT networks of DOD support agencies.
VA launches new scheduling software at Ohio medical facility
The new scheduling software will replace a legacy system that forced providers to manually set appointments and was linked to major delays in care.
Suzette Kent presses for multi-year IT funding to boost government transformation
In an interview, Kent explained how trying to fit large-scale, multi-year modernization projects into one-year budget cycles can often lead to the short-changing of true digital transformation in the government space.
VA targets October for modernized EHR launch
The VA plans to launch its new EHR system in October, the department announced Friday.
DARPA wants a new way to upgrade old code and decouple it from hardware
Sometimes a crucial piece of software is only meant to work on one type of hardware. The DOD wants to eliminate those situations.