Teri-Lee Holland, division head for data center and cloud hosting services, performs engineering work for sailors, including cloud hosting services for payroll and HR systems.
Day 3 Keynote of Federal News Network's DoD Cloud Exchange: The Navy's Andrew Tash, Travis Methvin and Kevin Allen talk with Jared Serbu about how cloud pushed the Navy to transform its networks for modern service delivery and DevSecOps.
This discussion with Jeff Luckett of GDIT is part of Federal News Network's DoD Cloud Exchange.
This three-day special event from Federal News Network brought together dozens of Defense Department and industry experts to explain why the definition of “the cloud” has evolved over the past decade.
This discussion with Chris Mayfield is part of Federal News Network's DoD Cloud Exchange.
A watchdog report finds that a former Navy civilian auditor sexually harassed at least a dozen female employees for more than two decades as part of a pervasive pattern of misconduct and retaliation
The armed services are focusing on training, tempo and maintenance to reduce the number of mishaps that lead to injuries and fatalities.
In a new campaign plan, the sea services say teaming traditional systems with unmanned ones will let them "rewrite the narrative" of maritime warfare.
The Defense Department’s criminal investigations always had the goal of evidence data, but the traditional methods of investigation are now merging new forms of data analysis. The Naval Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) sees several changes ahead as a result.
Cybersecurity teaching will take place right alongside mechanical and many other types of engineering at a planned new facility at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
For DoD, the cloud is about one thing: Improving capability delivery to warfighters, and doing it more quickly and more securely.
School superintendents say they have ideas to fix an explosion of problems.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is telling the military services to stand up new violence prevention workforces, identify "high risk" bases and assess their own compliance with existing policies meant to stop sexual assault.
With rival nations building up their navies, and in China's case getting a lot more aggressive, what should the United States' floating power look like?