Air Force wants cyber experts to ‘make a living’ off hacking its tech
The Air Force wants to do so many bug bounties that hackers can "make a living" off it. Eventually, hackers will be a brought into the design process.
Palantir goes to space, inking first deal with Space Force
Big-data company Palantir scored its first contract with the Space Force to deliver data-crunching in space.
Battlefield tech, but for teleworking: How the Air Force is adjusting in a pandemic
The Air Force is adapting existing technology and changing its attitude on distributed working, a top acquisition official says.
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.
The military’s biggest hurdle to modernization? It’s already doing a lot of other things.
There is "breathtaking demand that we face worldwide," says Army Sectary McCarthy, echoing the sentiments of his peers atop the Navy and Air Force.
U.S. Space Force plans first pitch day for innovative tech
The newest military branch will hold a pitch day at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida on March 4 in search of innovative solutions for installation and space operations support.