The talent marketplace for officers and other programs will still go as planned.
A massive report from the National Security Commission on AI detailed how the U.S. can maintain a technological advantage over China.
The agency wants to “know where everything is all the time,” in the words of one official.
Tough and affable at the same time, and sometimes controversial, Ray Ordierno was a soldier's soldier.
The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center wants to see if AI algorithms can navigate the Federal Acquisition Regulation and build an RFP themselves.
“The general died after a brave battle with cancer; his death was not related to COVID,” a family statement said.
Navigation systems depend on measurement of magnetic forces around the globe, and the satellites that take the measurements are about to age out. But the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is on it with a special funding program called the MAGQUEST Challenge.
The National Reconnaissance Office wants to take advantage of commercial innovation more quickly than it has in the past.
The Defense Department is outlining the tools and capabilities it will need to stand up its zero-trust program office later this fall, and improve its overall cybersecurity posture.
The overhaul of the Army personnel system is supposed to bring the service's talent management into the 21st century.
The Pentagon will change the way it trains and equips troops and require some emissions transparency from contractors.
A new analysis of contracting data by the Center for Strategic and International Studies shows some glimmers of a shift in spending priorities starting in 2019.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Justice Department is bringing the power of the False Claims Act to the growing challenge of cybersecurity.
The Defense Department is still poised to select the participants forthcoming Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability contract by the end of this month. The multibillion dollar vehicle will replace the now-cancelled JEDI contract.