Perspecta fails again in protest of Navy’s $7.7B NGEN-R
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims entered a judgment Thursday ruling in favor of the Navy's original award of the contract to Leidos in February
How the Defense Digital Service helped control COVID-19 outbreaks on Navy ships
"The pandemic has pushed the upper limit of what even DDS is able to do," says the tech-development agency's deputy director.
Navy moving toward zero-trust network, with pandemic as pivot point
The Navy's top IT official said the service will use the modernization prompted by the pandemic to move to a zero-trust model for security.
COVID-19 has shifted the Navy’s modernization priorities to the cloud
"We have to look at how do we drive forward given where we're at," CIO Aaron Weis said. "And so because of that reality, I believe the next step ... is to shift to cloud."
The Defense Digital Service played a novel role in securing the Navy’s COVID-19 relief missions
DDS's Rogue Squadron team helped the Navy detect and monitor drones near the USNS Mercy and Comfort hospital ships giving relief during early surges of COVID-19.
Navy moving to single-tenant Microsoft 365 cloud environments
The Department of Navy will have two dedicated Microsoft 365 cloud environments — one for the Navy and one for the Marine Corps.