The Army is starting a three-phase reform effort to tackle challenges in the Risk Management Framework, but says it’s seen some major successes already.
The Congressional Brain Injury Task Force sent a letter to DoD expressing concern about possible blast injuries and concussions of the 11 service members injured in the Jan. 8 attack on Al-Asad Airbase in Iraq.
Greg Garcia, the deputy CIO and chief data officer for the Army, and Eileen Vidrine, the Air Force’s CDO, are finding ways to increase the value of data that is leading to better decisions and cost savings.
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The Army is starting its new process for evaluating soldiers to command battalions based on a multitude of factors including physical fitness, subordinate surveys and panel screenings.
Recent and tragic shootings at military installations show that physical threats remain potent, even in the continental U.S.
Amazon signaled its intent to stop Microsoft and DoD from getting to work on JEDI, but its arguments for why the work should be blocked were filed under seal.
Thirty-four lawmakers are asking DoD to provide information about where the money will come from.
The Advanced Battle Management System will conduct demonstrations every four months to test program connectivity.
Pitch days are growing in popularity. They often go with the use of non-traditional acquisition techniques.
Gen. John Hyten, the new vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says DoD must fix its requirements processes — not just its acquisition rules — if it wants to solve its software development challenges.
DISA is moving toward iterative or agile approaches to acquisition and projects in order to avoid planning and implementation mistakes of the past.
Kelly Morrison, a senior advisor at USAID, and Mona Siddiqui, the HHS CDO, are among several federal technology executives who are moving to the private sector in early 2020.
As the Trump administration prepares to dramatically ramp up its continuous evaluation capabilities in the coming years, industry is asking for access to some of the data collected from cleared contractors. That information, industry says, will better inform their own insider threat programs.