Lawmakers reintroduce bill to finance 5G projects in 22 European countries
The legislation aims to rid potentially compromised equipment from networks in Central and Eastern Europe.
Military’s AI hub is ready to think about war, Gen. Shanahan says on last day at Pentagon
The JAIC is ready to bring AI to the battlefield through its Joint Warfighting mission initiative, the leader of the center said on his last day before retiring from the Air Force.
Why the Pentagon can’t go it alone on AI
Countries can't go it alone on developing AI, experts say. It's a message the JAIC heres loud and clear and is working to implement, but remains in the baby steps of.
General Dynamics snags contract to upgrade NATO’s IT
General Dynamics Information Technology won a contract with a potential value of about $150 million to modernize NATO's IT infrastructure, the alliance said.
International defense deal motivated by Russian hacking, experts say
Along Russia’s western border, a united, allied cybersecurity front — spanning multiple nations, intelligence agencies and spy networks — is gaining renewed support from Washington, according to a White House statement published last week.
Inside NATO’s take on the DOD’s West Coast trip
Defense organizations for NATO member countries worked together in meetings on the West Coast last week to tackle some of their common problems: using public cloud, and developing a common identity and access management system. In an interview with FedScoop, Koen Gijsbers, general manager of the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency, explained what he gained from his time spent in the U.S. with DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen and his counterparts from several allied nations.