On this week’s On DoD, Federal News Radio Defense Reporter Scott Maucione goes a bit deeper into Federal News Radio’s series, Danger at High Speed: OTAs in Action.
With new OTA for information warfare, the Navy hopes to quickly push its cyber demands to industry, but also get answers to questions it hadn't thought to ask.
As part of a revived effort to manage contractors, civilians and military personnel as a "total force," DoD intends to propose a new way to conduct public-private competitions.
Two pilot projects, both using existing data to improve NAVSUP's business processes, are expected to produce results by August.
Based on recommendations from the Section 809 Panel, the House has proposed the first major reforms in 25 years to DoD's buying of commercial items. But the Senate wants more study.
DISA's milCloud 2.0 is about to get a wave of new customers, thanks to a Pentagon mandate to move "fourth estate" applications to the new service.
Pentagon's new guidance tells testers to examine supply chain for electronic components, reduce 'check the box' mentality
This week’s edition of On DoD is an abridged version of a panel discussion at the Navy League’s annual Sea Air Space conference, moderated by Jared Serbu. Click here for a video recording of the full panel…
The Army believes it now has a workable strategy to buy cyber capabilities within 30 days, but it started by fixing its budgeting and requirements processes.
The Army says its new Task Management Tool has significantly sped up the paperwork process within the Pentagon, other Army headquarters organizations.
The Defense Digital Service aims to help DoD's software developers and program managers transition their code to the open source community.
The Navy will test a new architecture that relies on web services and shared IT infrastructure in a combination of ashore and afloat clouds.
It’s now been a little over a year since the Army issued a highly-prescriptive directive, telling its commands and installations exactly which IT systems needed to move from which data centers, which data centers had…
Rep. Mike Conaway, one of just a few financial accounting experts in Congress, says the Defense Department has already shown tremendous progress as it undertakes its first-ever audit.