Gen. Hyten calls DOD software acquisition a ‘nightmare’ in pitch for requirements reform
Gen. John Hyten said that software acquisitions is a "nightmare" and needs desperate reforms, along with re-shaping how requirements are written.
DOD wants an alternative to traditional cloud access points
The Defense Innovation Unit it looking to the bright minds in Silicon Valley for an alternative cloud security gateway.
DIU looking to drones to deliver medical supplies
The Department of Defense began working with Silicon Valley startup Zipline in 2018 through an Other Transaction Agreement.
The outlook is bright for startups that want to work with government, startups say
Plus: some advice on navigating the less-than-ideal elements.
Pentagon’s Project Maven responds to criticism: ‘There will be those who will partner with us’
Artificial intelligence has the capacity to help warfighters accomplish their missions faster and with less collateral damage, leaders said Tuesday. Google employees recently criticized the surveillance project.
Halvorsen makes Silicon Valley trip with NATO, allied CIOs
Pentagon CIO Terry Halvorsen is on the West Coast this week talking to the big names in tech — and he will be joined by his counterparts from NATO and the militaries of several U.S. allies.