DOD must do better in tracking true costs of software sustainment, GAO says
DOD "may not know the full costs" of weapons systems software sustainment and needs to shore up how it acquires that information, the watchdog agency says.
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.
Pentagon needs departmentwide software rationalization strategy, IG says
The Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force don't have consistent processes in place for software rationalization.
Air Force’s Kessel Run has admirers elsewhere in the military
Other parts of the DOD have noticed the Air Force's success with the agile software acquisition program Kessel Run, and they want it too.
New NIH challenge targets apps for improved Alzheimer’s care
Suggested ideas include software to aid communication between doctors and Alzheimer's patients, an application to connect patients to existing community resources and more.
Defense Innovation Board proposes new metrics for assessing DOD software development
"What gets measured gets managed," after all.