Improving Defense business systems though cloud technologies is a big goal for DoD, but it’s not as though the concept is unproven. Here’s what two program managers who were early cloud adopters have learned so far.
In today's Federal Newscast: A southern Virginia Army base gets a name change on Friday. The IG says bad computer passwords are putting the FDIC at risk. And the National Security Agency hits an all-time high in hiring people with disabilities.
There are several key technologies – ICAM, Mission Partner Environments (MPEs) and digital engineering – that enable JADC2. In part 2 of this 3 part series, moderator Tom Temin will discuss how Mission Partner Environments are key to modernized DoD networks.
In this exclusive ebook, we share pointers on establishing DevSecOps from the Army, GSA, NGA, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, OMB, VA and industry experts from Atlassian, Datadog, Invicti Security, Red Hat and Second Front Systems.
In our new ebook, we learn from leaders across the government — at the Army, Homeland Security, NSF, Navy, State, Transportation and TSA — how they are progressing in using data faster to make smarter decisions.
In this exclusive ebook, we take a deep dive into efforts at the Army Software Factory, CISA and DISA to share strategies and insights — particularly at a time that agencies simultaneously want to deliver more data and services to users at the edge.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Army is creating a new integrated program office to bring all of its zero trust pursuits under one roof. GAO tells GSA it has got a real problem selling real estate efficiently. And Senate inaction causes a top OMB vacancy to remain unfilled, going on five years.
In today's Federal Newscast: The Army and West Point are creating a climate change curriculum to focus on national security implications. OPM plays the role of booster in encouraging federal employees to their latest COVID shots. And if you're a tax cheat living abroad, the IRS just might find you.
In spite of ongoing efforts to combat sexual assault, a recent survey showed the armed services have a bigger problem than ever. Now top military personnel describe how they plan to fix the problem.
Government managers are supposed to use data driven approaches to decision making. That's what the Army is doing and trying to recruit more candidates to ROTC and to boost the flagging effort at regular soldier enlistment.
Each generation brings new recruitment challenges for the Army. That's why the Army is constantly seeking fresh messages to deliver through its marketing channels.
If the armed services didn't allow tattoos, they'd probably have to cut the forces in half. In recent years, they've relaxed rules on allowable tattoos, responding to the fact that ink has become a cultural norm.
Space and Missile Defense Command started its improvement plan by listening to its own people.
The latest attempt to mitigate climate change comes amid National Ocean Month.