Randy Resnick is the director of Zero Trust Architecture Program Management Office in the DoD’s CIO’s office. A team of 17 to 18 people will analyze the zero trust plans submitted by 43 services and agencies.
Using artificial intelligence, analysts at Govini have build a digital twin of the U.S. industrial base. It is a disturbing picture. Govini's analysis shows how far behind the United States military is in bringing new technology to bear.
Only 30% of military personnel transitioning to civilian life start the mandatory transition assistance program on time, a concern for senators who agreed on the importance of the program to help veterans and those transitioning to civilian life.
Coast Guard Commandant Linda Fagan said that service’s people are its most valuable asset, so it must take care of them.
The rollout is one of DoD’s first large-scale forays into cloud computing at the secret level, and will also consolidate and replace an aging patchwork of tools senior leaders have been using to discuss classified information for years
The Defense Department will need to pick up the pace and look for funding for Replicator if it wants to utilize the innovations and advantages of the program without getting stuck in red tape.
Overweight and obesity affect military readiness and retention, but it doesn't have to.
Agnes Gereben Schaefer, the Army’s assistant secretary for manpower and reserve affairs, said the service branch must improve how it markets and informs the public about its civilian career opportunities.
The Navy’s Program Executive Office Digital (PEO-Digital) turned to the Small Business Innovation Research program for the first time to find, test and hopefully use innovative technologies to continually improve its processes.
Air Force Lt. Col. Andrew Wonpat, a member of the Air National Guard's Cyber Operations Group, said assessing non-traditional traits of employees is proving successful in expanding the pool of qualified cyber workers.
Conference work on the National Defense Authorization Act for 2024 proceeds, even as nothing else in Congress seems to be working. As always, the NDAA has provisions affecting Defense contractors.
The National Armaments Consortium is a coalition of industry groups, whose members work on the next generation of ordnance and the energetics that power them.
In an address to the Association of the U.S. Army, Gen. Randy George, the service's new chief of staff, demanded a simpler, easier-to-use network. He's the latest in a long string of Army chiefs to make the same request, but officials think it's finally doable because of recent institutional changes.
Army platforms depend on software, and software has to run on the often old or limited hardware mounted aboard ground vehicles.