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.
DOD has OMB support for special software-only appropriations pilots
With OMB on board, the DOD will issue a legislative proposal later this fall to ask for what Jeff Boleng calls "software money."
Which apps should go to the cloud? The CIO Council’s ‘Playbook’ can tell you
It's an accompanying document to the administration's Cloud Smart policy.
Energy Department floats $40M to boost quantum computing research
Adaptable algorithms and programming languages are needed for numerous, early systems that have emerged.
DOD should include user feedback when developing space software systems, GAO says
The watchdog agency suggests this practice could save the DOD time and money in the long run.
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.