Inside the Army’s rapid IT response to COVID-19, with Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford
In an exclusive interview, Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford describes the Army's ability to rapidly adapt and innovate during the coronavirus pandemic and how it led to continued mission outcomes in uncertain times.
Google reinserts itself into DOD cloud conversation with DIU pilot contract
The cloud security contract comes after Google stood down from several major defense technology projects in recent years.
Amazon files another JEDI protest — this time against Pentagon’s corrective action
Amazon has filed a second JEDI bid protest, this time objecting to ambiguity in the DOD's proposed corrective action for the cloud contract.
DOD can take corrective action on JEDI, judge rules
DOD will have 120 days "reconsider the aspects of the procurement challenged in [Amazon's] protest" of the $10 billion commercial cloud contract.
Democrats sound the alarm on White House’s ‘refusal to cooperate’ in JEDI investigation
Democrat lawmakers aren't happy with the White House's refusal to be interviewed in the Pentagon IG's probe into the JEDI contract. Some even tie it to Trump's recent firing of acting IG Glenn Fine.
Federal CIOs directed to tag coronavirus announcements for search engines
The new standard tags, created by tech community Schema.org, prioritize information on COVID-19 prevention, disease spread, quarantine rules, travel guidance, and testing.