Pentagon further restricts building access, boosting telework demand, after contractor dies

by Jackson Barnett • 7 days ago

The Pentagon raised its in-person workforce restrictions to its second highest-level, HPCON-C, increasing the number of employees that will need teleworking to some degree.

Palantir scores its first contract with the Navy, for supply chain data

by Jackson Barnett • 3 weeks ago

Palantir gets another military contract, this time its first with the Navy to integrate data on its supply chain networks.

General Dynamics IT protests Navy’s $7.7B NGEN-R contract

by Billy Mitchell • 3 weeks ago

GDIT is an incumbent for at least part of the work that will fall under the $7.7 billion network services portion of the Navy's Next Generation Enterprise Networks Recompete.

Navy releases education strategy with focus on tech

by Jackson Barnett • 4 weeks ago

The Navy wants to improve sailors' and Marines' understand of the technologies that they and U.S. adversaries will be using now and in the future.

The military’s biggest hurdle to modernization? It’s already doing a lot of other things.

by Jackson Barnett • 1 month ago

There is "breathtaking demand that we face worldwide," says Army Sectary McCarthy, echoing the sentiments of his peers atop the Navy and Air Force.

Navy No. 1 stresses improved IT, cybersecurity on ships in Navy of the future

by Jackson Barnett • 2 months ago

Acting Navy Sectary Thomas Modly said he plans to submit recommendations on how to get the Navy to be a future-fighting force in the coming days.

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