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.
Modernizing approaches to software security leads to better detecting vulnerabilities and preventing zero-day incidents like the SolarWinds attack.
Technology, processes, culture, training and funding hinder Air Force modernization efforts necessary to problem solve and stay ahead.
Complex data integration is helping researchers and clinicians understand the origins of TBI – and how to better treat it.
Live from Billington Cybersecurity Summit, DOD's CMMC lead explains the new guidelines.
CIO John Sherman highlighted a new upcoming cybersecurity workforce strategy to help its tech talent problem.
Key tools within the strategy include software bills of materials and data analytics.
Leaders are focused on changing mindsets instead of buying specific tools for zero trust.
The six-month extension will allow DISA to develop a SIPRNet-specific zero trust solution for JADC2.
A software factory named for the legendary UFO repository proves innovation is 'everlong' at the Air Force.
Integrating operational processes across the armed services and information-sharing will hinder JADC2 if left unaddressed.
The department is putting cybersecurity first in strategic next steps.
As public sector organizations modernize, leadership ensures sophisticated IT enterprises facilitate data sharing that advances their core missions.
AI will be a critical component of JADC2, AI leaders said at the NDIA's JADC2 Symposium this week.
DOD space leaders want rapid, iterative development of JADC2 capabilities, but need to communicate securely.
309th SWEG is developing new IT and workforce programs to support broader DOD modernization efforts.
Concepts and mandates such as cyber incident reporting, DevSecOps and zero trust only go so far.
AI leaders are making AI more accurate, accessible and equitable.
AI capabilities and data are providing DOD and USPTO with a clearer vision of what the customer needs in order to provide the best solutions.
The Air Force and the Chief Digital and AI Office laid out AI development plans.