Department of Defense News and Analysis
News and analysis relating to IT modernization at the U.S. Defense Department. As the center of U.S. military command, the Pentagon has consistently endeavored to apply new technologies to augment readiness and force efficacy. The increasing demands of data-intensive mission systems have necessitated a focus on cloud adoption at the Pentagon, as well as an attention to reforming defense-centric IT to anticipate and integrate future technology.
Cybersecurity leaders discuss how they see the concept impacting the mission partner environment and implementation efforts.
FEHRM officials provide a status update and upcoming plans for the MHS Genesis rollout at military hospitals.
Zero trust, AI and hybrid cloud were on the minds of defense tech leaders this year.
A new report outlined China's growing priority in the cyberspace realm and what it means for U.S. national security.
A national strategy on the spectrum outlines a role for the department to assign sections of its designated spectrum to the private sector.
As the office reviews implementation plans from across the services, Randy Resnick outlines challenges ahead.
Andrew Hong shares how the organization is thinking about key cybersecurity technologies for priorities in the Indo-Pacific region.
Sharon Woods briefs updates on programs like Vulcan and OCONUS cloud.
Paul Nicholson breaks down the cybersecurity tactics enabling synergies across mission partners.
Brig. Gen. Mark Miles sees workforce development to be a key enabler to the region's connected vision.
The AI tech chief outlines new adoption strategy that prioritizes quality data.
Rob Vietmeyer sees growing importance in advancing the culture of software development amid growing AI priorities.
The Flywheel Awards recognize the accomplishments made by federal employees and the programs that they work on that transform and innovate federal technology.
A new executive order tasks agencies with creating standards for secure AI and developing 'game-changing cyber protections.'
U.S. agencies have been sharing information and collaborating with Israeli counterparts to track and prevent threats.
Multi-domain operations require modernization of the service's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance while investing in new technologies.
Military leaders want to emphasize the 'combined' nature of the joint strategy.
AI and other technologies will enable military personnel to be better warfighters.
Agencies are learning how to secure data while maintaining accessibility in their operations.