The Defense Digital Service aims to help DoD's software developers and program managers transition their code to the open source community.
Defense Department announced a single-award IDIQ approach to execute a contract lasting up to 10-years, for potentially billions of dollars in IT infrastructure services.
DoD releases a draft solicitation and holds an industry day to talk about its new initiative to move to commercial cloud services.
The Defense Department's vulnerability disclosure policy lets anyone in the world report security holes they find in the DoD system without fear of prosecution.
Experts within the Defense Department are urging their fellow feds to follow the example of the entire government and understand that it's ok to fail.
The Air Force is asking airmen to log in online to comment, share and vote on ideas that will better its squadron units. The crowdsourcing initiative is part of a larger push started by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein to fundamentally change the service.
In this week's edition of On DoD, Peter Kim, the Air Force's chief technology officer, Alex Rice, the CTO at HackerOne, and Reina Staley, the chief of staff of the Defense Digital Service join is to talk about the latest of DoD's bug bounties: Hack the Air Force. We’ll also talk about changes in how the Army buys cloud computing services as part of a broader effort to shut down expensive, government-owned data centers.
The Air Force Digital Service is trying to keep the Air Force from making software mistakes before they happen.
As Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James closes out her tenure, she is setting up a new Air Force Digital Service.
The Army says it’s becoming the first of the military services to launch a digital service “outpost” and wants a dedicated team of technology experts from outside the government to tackle its own problems.
In the first “Hack the Pentagon” challenge, the department asked anyone with expertise in IT security to find security flaws on five of its largest public-facing websites, including the Defense.gov homepage.
After slow start, the Defense Digital Service is now working on projects ranging from GPS to travel reimbursements.