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.
Kessel Run hopes its work will encourage more collaboration across the Defense Department.
Leaders say they will be "ruthless" with their budgets and current investments to drive highly effective, interoperable IT.
DOD's IT modernization challenges warfighters to think beyond tactical skills.
New cloud efforts will enable unified but distinct military operations in joint domain operations.
The cloud capability does more than improve lag time — it also has the potential to transform federal IT.
The new strategy aims for operational decision-making and smoother integration of new capacities across the U.S. Armed Forces.
The Pentagon's cloud office lead discusses the shift away from the JEDI cloud contract and what this means for its data modernization goals.
Hiring for a variety of skills and backgrounds will ensure the defense community has the scope of talent necessary to fully modernize and maintain its strategic edge.
The system will ensure defense companies implement appropriate cybersecurity practices and processes.
Work on DOD's health care informatics platform continued during COVID-19, including preparations to implement the program in Hawaii and San Antonio.
The implementation of RPA capacities across federal agencies are streamlining repetitive tasks and overall expediting the delivery of key services.
Military services are using automated development practices in the adoption of new technologies and to safeguard IT security.
CISA and DOD discussed what the U.S. needs to successfully rollout 5G.
The newest branch of the Armed Forces is bolstering its mission through a dynamic approach to technology development.
The agency's contracting and development process reforms lead to quick turnarounds for artificial intelligence capacities for the American warfighter.
Agencies can approach security in hybrid cloud environments, including SaaS and IaaC.
The Defense Department's IT support agency is taking a modernized and streamlined approach to tech contracting.
Knowledge-building is essential for organizational adoption of artificial intelligence and DevOps practices.
The service's first cloud-based software program included a rapid ATO process.