Defense Digital Service leads acquisition of modern security clearance prototype
The Pentagon wants its SABER.
To help replace the CAC card, Pentagon enlists AI startup
TWOSENSE.AI announced a $2.42 million OTA contract to work with the Defense Information Systems Agency on "invisible continuous multi-factor authentication" for the military.
Federal IT contract spending reaches new high in fiscal 2018, report says
Agencies spent $64.7 billion on IT contracts last year, up 9.5 percent from fiscal 2017.
DOD technology decisions reflect need to keep pace globally, cyber official says
To meet the technology demands of the era of great power competition, the DoD will have to change the way it buys and sustains its arsenal.
Don’t get carried away with OTAs, experts caution
OTAs are the cool new authority in procurement circles, but acquisition officials say they run the risk of being dramatically overused.
Air Force awards $121M in Enterprise IT-as-a-Service ‘experiments’
AT&T won the first of the two awards worth $87.4 million through an other transaction agreement (OTA). Microsoft received the second, another OTA worth $34.4 million.