The chairs of three House committees are looking into allegations that the Defense Department misspent about $1 billion in coronavirus relief funding.
The Air Force's top acquisition official said reforms that were initiated long before a pandemic was on the horizon went a long way toward dealing with the current emergency.
In today's Federal Newscast, National Archives and Records Administration employees have spent the pandemic making Black history records more accessible to the public.
The private organization administering the Cybersecurity Certification Model Certification Program on DoD's behalf opened the application process for five types of participants in the CMMC "ecosystem."
Sarkis Tatigian joined the Navy in 1942. He’s been there ever since, until his death this week at the age of 96. Read about him and other Defense news in this week's DoD Reporter's Notebook.
In what was lightning speed in Pentagon terms, the new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification is out. For an update, we spoke with law firm RJO partner Bob Metzger.
An inaugural NDIA report says defense industry is financially strong and generally competitive, but points to workforce, cybersecurity challenges.
The Pentagon published the 1.0 version of its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program on Friday after several months of listening sessions on draft editions. CMMC will make its way into Defense contracts later this year.
The Pentagon hopes to pick a nonprofit organization to oversee its new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program by January, with CMMC being applied to at least some new contracts by next summer.
As part DoD’s move to shore up its supply chain, the Pentagon is developing with industry and other experts a new cybersecurity maturity model that is borrowing from standards like ISO 9000.
Leslie Weinstein, an Army Reserve officer and consultant for DoD, explains why the Pentagon should follow other sectors and use experts to ensure vendors are meeting cyber requirements.
In a recognition that smaller firms don't have the infrastructure to defend themselves against sophisticated attacks, DoD will experiment with a secure cloud approach to defending sensitive information.
Starting this week, the Air Force says it wants to introduce new participants into its supplier base where it will sign one-page contracts with small businesses.
Among the options the Pentagon is considering: Conducting its own assessments of whether subcontractors are meeting new requirements to comply with NIST.