Berkeley Lab quantum testbed aims to accelerate work of physicists, researchers
Pandemic-related supply chain delays of specialized components could prove the biggest hurdle.
OMB setting up program management office for interagency collaboration tool
Deputy federal CIO Maria Roat says the new platform has been trialed with at least four agencies so far.
NASA’s cloud push is motivated by data constraints
The agency is moving satellite ground stations to its DAPHNE service and wants TMF funds for a FISMA High enclave.
NASA could take months to respond to $2.5B IT contract protest — Leidos CEO
AEGIS is supposed to pave the way for the Artemis Program to put astronauts on Mars, but a SAIC protest put the contract in limbo.
Aging infrastructure the ‘single, greatest threat’ to NASA missions and technology
Artemis Program investments are needed to maintain the agency's technical capabilities, according to one NASA official.
NASA won’t rush Mars mission over U.S. ‘space race’ with China
“The Chinese space program is also a military space program,” said Administrator Bill Nelson on Wednesday.