A new report from RAND Corporation reviewed two distinct technologies to illustrate ways the Air Force needs to align its goals with expense and risk in developing new space technology.
The Army's deputy chief of staff for intelligence says military leaders need to understand both the value of OSINT, as well as "how carefully it has to be managed and implemented."
The authors emphasized the challenges in assessing whether an AI-enabled system will work as it’s intended are not unique to the Air Force, and are common across federal agencies.
Lt. Gen. Robert Skinner, DISA’s director and commander of the Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network (JTF-DoDIN), said the agency is undertaking three separate tests of tools to better protect internet boundaries.
Felony convictions have been vacated for four former Navy officers in a sprawling bribery scandal following allegations of prosecutorial misconduct. U.S. District Judge Janis Sammartino on Wednesday called the misconduct “outrageous” and agreed to allow the four men to plead guilty to a misdemeanor and pay a $100 fine each. The former officers were convicted in one of the worst bribery cases in recent history for the Navy. It centered around a defense contractor nicknamed Fat Leonard. Defense attorneys had spent more than a year challenging the convictions and accusing the prosecution of misconduct. It was the latest surprise in the case.
The detailed work in Congress is done not by members, but rather by the 30,000-odd staff members. Right now, a group of overworked, and probably underpaid, minions are what they call "conferencing" over one of the most important yearly laws: the National Defense Authorization Act.
In today's Federal Newscast: Federal job seekers with a criminal past get a little help from OPM. An IRS watchdog said the agency needs to handle the tax returns of rich people a little better. And the U.S. Army switches vendors to run its multibillion-dollar hardware contract vehicle.
Few people know the innards of Defense department finance, as well as Bob Hale. He was comptroller and chief financial officer. He was an assistant Air Force secretary for financial management.
Alan Thompson, the CIO, and Justin Black, the CTO, of the House of Representatives were among the federal IT executives leaving their positions over the summer.
The Army’s smaller, lighter body armor helps women and smaller male soldiers achieve greater mobility and easier use of weapons.
If the COVID virus showed anything, it's the potency of the biology threats. The Defense Department recently completed its 2023 biodefense posture review.
U.S. Pacific Command’s new directorate will team up with DIU to advance some of its vital technology-driven initiatives.
A DoD project to develop new technology for the combatant commands will prioritize the Indo-Pacific Command.
Col. Michael Smith, the director of the Army’s functional management office for zero trust and director of the unified network task force, said an ongoing gap analysis will look at weapons systems and control systems to see where zero trust capabilities can fit in.