Tech workers don’t hate the military that much — most don’t even really care
A new study deals a blow to the narrative that Silicon Valley doesn't want to work with the Military.
How a small AI company found a way to scale its work for DOD
Shield AI, an artificial intelligence startup focused on military work, has found a tried-and-true way to scale its work with the DOD.
Victoria Coleman named DARPA director
Coleman brings more than three decades of experience in government, academia and the private sector, working in leadership roles at companies like Atlas AI, Yahoo!, Nokia, Samsung and Intel Corp.
National security-focused Anduril raises $200M in venture funding
Silicon Valley tech company Anduril scored big in its latest round of investment.
DIU’s innovation efforts continue to expand, annual report shows
The Defense Innovation Unit added 33 nontraditional defense contractors to a rolling list of 120 that stretches back to mid-2016.
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.