Bots powered by robotic process automation at the Defense Logistics Agency face limits based on the amount of time a human operator stays logged into the network. But the agency plans to ramp up its…
This program will provide a progress report on cybersecurity strategies in government.
The military is changing its training and recruitment standards to fit cyber operators.
Naval Supply Systems Command launched its digital accelerator project a few months ago in hopes of leveraging its existing data. Meanwhile the Department of Transportation wants to reduce its dependency on headquarters.
The Navy will test a new architecture that relies on web services and shared IT infrastructure in a combination of ashore and afloat clouds.
The Navy’s eight new cloud “brokers” will mostly be in charge of setting their applications up for success, with strict oversight from Navy IT leaders.
James Geurts, the new assistant secretary of the Navy for research, development and acquisition believes the Navy can move faster than initially planned in its “cloud first” strategy.
Two years after consolidating cloud transition efforts within a single office, the Navy is taking an opposite tack, letting its system commands become their own “cloud brokers.”
The Navy plans to release a draft RFP for an enterprise cloud contract by the end of 2017, saying most systems — including secret ones — will move to the cloud.