DOD overcomes fear of innovation in the digital space and starts to embrace emerging technologies and tools in AI and DevSecOps.
The Army, Air Force and Navy's modern application practices are improving security postures.
Public-private partnerships can enable federal agencies to streamline operations in the cloud.
Federal IT program and project managers argue that client engagement is critical to improving Agile processes.
The agency's CISO discusses how the agency's 'Batcave' modeled after Platform One will transform security approaches to software development.
FDA is tackling security measures for the health technologies it regulates.
The Maritime Security Center uses data modeling, radars and sensors to support homeland security missions.
The agency provides a look at how the risks with 5G impact supply chain and uncover new vulnerabilities.
With AI and software increasingly becoming embedded in hardware, security is evermore essential.
CISA aims to prevent major supply chain security incidents like the SolarWinds breach from happening again.
Modular contracting can allow federal agencies to move beyond a one-size-fits-all approach in software development and delivery.
Leaders look to newer focuses in securing their ICT supply chains.
The JCF aims to leverage cloud platforms and data to enable open-access development of AI across the military.
The service's first cloud-based software program included a rapid ATO process.
The command's new leader highlights priorities for the Army's modernization efforts.
Agencies passed FITARA 10.0 largely due to software licensing, Agile development and data center consolidation initiatives.
Leading the agency's DevSecOps practice requires addressing communication and culture challenges.
Taking an innovative approach to technical mapping of IT applications has proven a boon for agencies with intensive data requirements and fragmented legacy systems.
Software intelligence solutions can help federal agencies in their IT modernization initiatives.