Jim Schweiter, Of Counsel, McKenna Long & Aldridge, November 4th, 2008
The Army has boosted its plans for how they use biometrics. The successful use of this technology on the battlefield and to protect Army bases has given the service the incentive needed to do more.…
The Defense Department has chosen Verizon to provide both voice and data services under the Networx telecommunications contract. DoD ran two separate competitions that were worth a combined $1.1 billion and Verizon won both, the…
Lt. General James Roudebush Surgeon General, U.S. Air Force, DoD October 27th and 29th, 2008
John Gage Karen White Bryan Lowry
‘The holy grail of collaboration’ is how one expert describes the possible expansion of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s unified communications program. DISA wants to provide instant messaging, chat and Web conferencing services to millions…
Robert J. Carey Chief Information Officer September 29th and October 1st, 2008
It\'s the end of the road for the old version of the Performance Appraisal Application.
J.D. Sicilia Director, Lean Six Sigma Program Office Department of Defense September 22nd and 24th, 2008
1:05: Presidential candidate Barack Obama says he’ll appoint a Chief Technology Officer if he’s elected President. Two experts with longtime government service in the IT industry talked about it: Roger Baker, former CIO at the…
The Defense Department will wait until the next administration to award a disputed $35 billion contract to build a new fleet of aerial refueling tankers.
Richard Hale Chief Information Assurance Executive July 31st, 2008
Michael Frueh Assistant Director, Loan Guaranty Service June 16th and 18th, 2008
Robert Howard Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology & Chief Information Officer June 9th and 11th, 2008