The Air Force put out a request for information to get industry feedback on its ABMS model. It is looking for quick answers.
New guidance from lead cybersecurity agencies identifies Software Bills of Materials as a critical factor in ensuring security during the software acquisition process.
The Air Force's Integrated Logistics System - Supply has been in a near-constant state of modernization since the 1980s. Lead engineer James Harbison details some lessons learned along the way.
The 2022 audit uncovered three new material weaknesses. None of DoD's 27 components came away with newly-earned clean opinions, though nine that had already passed audits maintained that status.
What does it mean for us? That's what federal contractors are asking themselves in the aftermath of the midterm elections.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Pentagon continues to face challenges in responding to cyber-attacks on military networks. Agencies may get some help with training for human resources specialists. And the Defense Department still can't meet its goals for keeping its planes "mission ready."
Defense and Homeland Security agencies are focused on the mission of protecting the United States. But how do cloud computing programs fit into the next level of this mission? During this webinar, you will gain the unique perspective of top government security experts from the Air Force, USCIS, DHS, Navy and industry leaders.
Scientists from China work on sensitive projects at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, then go back to help China with what they've learned.
The Air Force tests airplanes before it buys them. Now it's testing software programming tools before buying them.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Air Force and Space Force are offering a day off for servicemembers to get the latest shot. Three agencies are teaming up to help veterans better understand their protections against employment discrimination. And the Biden administration is taking steps to require major federal contractors to reduce air pollution.
Capt. Kathleen Powell, the force data officer for the Navy Reserve, said the Department of Navy’s data and analytics platform called Jupiter is helping leaders understand and use the data to drive decisions.
The Army wants industry to help it change the way it structures its data. A newly-released request for information is a key first step in building a federated, decentralized model the Army calls the Unified Data Reference Architecture.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is evaluating operational assessment, operational tests and the user’s experience as part of whether it should move its zero trust pilot into production.
The Space Hour talked to Vishnu Reddy, Associate Professor and Co-Leader of the university's Space Domain Awareness Lab.