Now, for 2021, JAIC acting deputy director Jacqueline Tame, says the center is picking projects that will do the most good for the department due to their ability to scale up and touch multiple areas of the military.
The document was not only for its employees and other agencies the DIA works with — it was also a message to vendors and other partners on what the needs are and how they can help.
A unit at Hansom Air Force Base, Massachusetts is running a challenge competition to come up with bots with the potential to speed up procurement and acquisition.
The Defense Contract Management Agency is reexamining several of its past decisions to reimburse contractors. That's after the DoD inspector general found DCMA overruled the findings of incurred cost audits without adequate explanation.
Air Force officials are looking to expand the program under which new equipment is designed completely digitally, and moving to construction without blueprints or clay models.
Following the SolarWinds breach, the Interim National Security Strategic Guidance seeks to impose “substantial costs through cyber and noncyber means” on the perpetrators of advanced cyber threats.
The newest study states sexual assaults are more likely in commands where harassment is common.
In today's Federal Newscast, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is reminding servicemembers and DoD employees about the ethical values of the department.
In the latest biennial update on Tuesday, the Government Accountability Office removed DoD real property issues from its High Risk List. But DoD is still solely responsible for five of the 19 matters remaining on the list.
School superintendents say they have ideas to fix an explosion of problems.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new DoD study estimates 64 percent of servicemembers routinely sleep for less than seven hours a night.
The National Security Commission on AI recommends creating a Digital Service Academy that would “grow tech talent with the same seriousness of purpose that we grow military officers."
Vice Adm. Nancy Norton retired after 34 years in military service, including spending the last three years as the director of the Defense Information Systems Agency.
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.