F-35 software system still struggling to meet expectations
GAO says in a new report that the software central nervous system of the F-35 continues to hold the fighter jet back from achieving its advertised edge as a modern, intelligent system capable of making data-driven decisions.
Space Force offers sneak peak at agile acquisition plans
The first commander of Space Force offered a sneak peek at the service's acquisition process and how it will "go fast" on technology.
Foreign IT subcontractor had improper access to Commerce system, audit says
Commerce sent sensitive data from a document management system to a Canada-based subcontractor with "unvetted foreign nationals," according to a new IG report.
New free software offerings from NASA include VR for training and more
The catalog is part of NASA's technology transfer efforts. Many of the packages are available for use by the public.
DOD looks to scale DevSecOps, container use across department
DOD issued a reference design architecture for DevSecOps in hopes of scaling the agile, open-source software development framework across the military.
DOD struggles to implement open source software pilots
The Department of Defense is required to release at least 20 percent of its custom software as open source through a pilot, but it's hardly gotten to 10 percent.