Department of Defense News and Analysis
U.S. Army is in the midst of a significant restructuring of its program executive offices as it's working on building a secure unified network.
U.S. Army Special Operations Command sees information warfare as a competitive advantage in future conflicts.
Teaching military service members to code could be key to winning future conflicts as software continues to influence the course of the Russia-Ukraine war.
Edge computing is vital to the warfighter but securing networks and enabling data access at the network edge remain difficult.
The service is shifting its organizational forces to be more software-centric.
The Defense Department is on a path to achieve a target level zero trust by 2027, but the implementation process will be arduous and highly complex.
Defense tech leaders at TechNet Cyber 2023 explain how JWCC will build upon the military departments' ongoing cloud efforts and software factories.
DOD CIO John Sherman outlines his IT priorities this year.
DOD wants more visibility into the commercial cloud service provider side, rather than just the customer side.
Kessel Run has been quietly proving how achieving a software-empowered organization transforms all facets of warfighting operations.
FEHRM and DHMS PEO provide the latest updates on the federal EHR rollout and discuss next steps, aimed to enhance the patient experience.
The service aims to harness younger generations in helping to reduce stigma and improve access to mental health support.
As the Defense Department implements its zero trust roadmap, data tagging and workforce education are both a challenge and an opportunity.
Defense leaders are eying better governance and risk management as policy around ethical AI shapes up.
The Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapse drew a quick response from the Defense Innovation Unit, which is taking steps to prevent future risk to its vendors.
Future Marines need to know how to shoot, move, communicate and code, according to software leaders at the Marine Corps.
The Defense Department's Chief Digital and AI Office is working to understand the resources needed for integration of the department-wide framework.
Increased capacity for critical information requires efficient and secure maintenance of systems.
The new strategy targets DOD's longstanding struggles to recruit and retain top tech talent as cyberspace grows increasingly hostile.
Old infrastructure is a major roadblock for the Space Force Technology and Innovation Office responsible for the service's digital transformation efforts.