JEDI lawsuit paused as DOD investigates ‘new information’ on conflicts of interest
"DOD can confirm that new information not previously provided to DOD has emerged related to potential conflicts of interest," a Pentagon spokesperson told FedScoop.
Microsoft could score billions under recent DOD deals
It's no secret that the DOD likes Windows 10. One software contract is worth up to $3.17 billion, and another enterprise services deal could bring Microsoft $1.76 billion.
DOD clarifies security requirements to compete for $8B back-office cloud
There's good news for potential DEOS cloud vendors who don't yet meet the military's level 6 security requirements.
The Pentagon wants to bring on a recruiter to hire tech talent
The Defense Digital Service issued a request for information this week looking to create a "Civilian Hiring as a Service Pilot Program" for recruiting.
Top Pentagon cyber leadership targets ‘outcomes, results’ in 2019
“You have a set of leaders who are very impatient, including myself, that are done admiring the problem and are moving into tasking," CIO Dana Deasy said.
Pentagon faces backlog of more than 260 cyber weaknesses, some a decade old
There are about 150 open cybersecurity oversight recommendations the Pentagon still needs to deal with, and some are more than just a few years old.