Department of Defense News and Analysis
Leaders at DOD and NASA are accelerating their cloud journeys by adopting a strategic, ‘cloud smart’ approach.
Defense leaders say nothing is more important to a sound cyber strategy than culture change.
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.
The military branches are coming together to make artificial intelligence capacities to support decision-making a reality.
The federal community has gleaned similar benefits from automated functions.
The cloud capability does more than improve lag time — it also has the potential to transform federal IT.
The newly announced joint cyber effort is the latest in a series of new initiatives aimed at securing agencies, with CISA leading that way.
New workforce initiatives at DOD and DHS aim to drive technology adoption and implementation.
How the department responded to COVID-19 and collaborated with agencies will inform future strategies for working more efficiently.
The system will ensure defense companies implement appropriate cybersecurity practices and processes.
VA is collaborating with DOD to improve transition support for service members and veterans.
Health leaders at DOD and VA are working through transforming processes ahead of the new federal electronic health record.
New strategies will focus on making data a strategic asset to the military.
Agile approaches can give agencies a boost in decommissioning legacy systems and forging a path for the tech future.
Leaders across DOD are continuing COVID-19 response efforts, but are projecting shortfalls from additional expenses.
CISA and DOD discussed what the U.S. needs to successfully rollout 5G.
New data capabilities to bolster its COVID-19 response and prepare for future medical challenges.
Federal and industry leaders say DevSecOps is enabling better and faster services for IT teams.
The Joint Pathology Center's effort to upload 55 million samples of tissues could pave new opportunities in medical research and patient care.