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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.
JAIC's Lt. Gen. Michael Groen aims to integrate AI applications across departments and offices.
Congress is faced with new recommendations to advance AI for national security and talent development over the next decade.
Migrating to the cloud securely does not have to hinder optimal workflows.
The new standard strengthens cybersecurity measures across DOD.
DIU accelerates innovative commercial solutions to the warfighter.
Bringing cutting-edge commercial cyber solutions to military partners quickly can help government's workforce gap while tackling pipeline challenges.
Defense Innovation Unit is bringing commercial AI technologies across DOD to improve mission capabilities.
The JCF aims to leverage cloud platforms and data to enable open-access development of AI across the military.
The next-generation connectivity standard can improve augmented reality training, telemedicine and combat readiness.
Defense acquisition's top official brief next plans of certifying contractors according to new cybersecurity standards.
Diverse thought is necessary amid enterprise-level modernization and change.
DHS will be a key leader for IT supply chain security efforts, according to a new report.
The long-awaited strategy emphasizes making data a strategic asset across the enterprise.
The report calls upon DOD to divest from legacy weapons systems to focus on emerging tech.
The group advocated for a U.S. Digital Services Academy and National Reserve Digital Corps.
A GAO report found that the defense initiative is one of 16 top federal agency IT acquisition areas
The defense organization is also exploring AI testing, digital engineering and the formation of a Space Advisory Committee.
Frameworks including zero trust and edge security can vastly improve government cybersecurity.