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It will take more than new technology to create a force of real-life Tony Starks. Improved acquisition is also key.
Created in 2000, the Joint Special Operations University was designed to provide specialized education for the military’s elite and its international partners.
Innovation Foundry is a unique SOCOM acquisition strategy that leverages nontraditional platforms and “designed thinking” to bring technological innovations to SOCOM.
The Defense Department is looking at 2025 as a milestone to make better use of artificial intelligence.
Dave Lago, a product manager for DISA’s Hosting and Compute Center, said the Vulcan tool set includes several commercial software capabilities to help DoD modernize software.
The Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act — the PACT Act — became law a few months ago. It brought an expansion of services available to veterans and drew more veterans into eligibility.
The Office of Strategic Capital directs funding to projects traditional venture capital might overlook.
DoD has about 15,000 people completely dedicated to finding and recruiting future members of the military. For its civilian workforce, there are almost none.
Pentagon heads look to pair acquisition and technology to advance their future capabilities.
Salaries for cleared workers rose an average of 7% last year, and remote work opportunities are also on the rise.
The cloud and data branch lives in the C5I Service Center in the Coast Guard. The C5I Service Center provides all IT development and support services for the entire Coast Guard infrastructure.