United States Air Force
Spirit Realm, one of the newest USAF software factories, will support B-2 stealth bomber operational capability.
Air Force software factory Kessel Run replaced the 609th Air Operations Center's legacy IT battle management system with its new suite of software applications, called KRADOS.
A new zero trust strategy may alleviate department challenges in creating a connected ecosystem on military bases.
The Defense Department faces an uphill battle as they continue to tackle cultural and trust challenges while moving toward the adoption and implementation of AI.
A software factory named for the legendary UFO repository proves innovation is 'everlong' at the Air Force.
DOD leaders say you can't have JADC2 without zero trust and a "data-centric" approach to cyber.
The key to successful cybersecurity is "know thyself."
A new kind of collaboration allowed Cloud.gov to host 100 million unique digital users per hour.
Kessel Run, DOD's first software factory, is about to help one air combat command unit move all operations to a software environment designed via DevSecOps.
Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) sensors collect enormous swaths of data. AI can help prioritize data loads for savvier warfighting decisions.
Agile methodology will inform all Air Force priorities in 2022, including hybrid cloud and zero trust.
A new Chief Digital and AI Officer will streamline and build upon AI efforts across DOD like those in the Air Force.
Kessel Run hopes its work will encourage more collaboration across the Defense Department.
DevSecOps practices are transforming how agencies develop software faster.
For many agencies, extended telework policies may require reevaluation of cyber risk posture.