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Army wants its business systems of the future to be intuitive to users

The service says the Enterprise Business Solutions – Convergence needs to be easy for soldiers and civilians to pick up.

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To institutionalize DevSecOps, Navy’s Black Pearl aims to ‘commoditize the boring stuff’

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How the Defense Department will modernize its software, and what that means to contractors

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‘Don’t suffer in silence,’ federal IT leaders say on DevSecOps implementation

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DoD Cloud Exchange: Navy’s Aaron Weis on accelerating transformation

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Containerization, strategy and culture all central to DevSecOps, say federal tech leaders

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Security is the name of the game in DevOps, federal tech leaders say

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Pentagon outlines plan to make continuous ATOs the new ‘gold standard’ for cybersecurity

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Pentagon has plan to fix its software development woes

New strategy emphasizes enterprise cloud, software factories and process reforms, but specific fixes are still months away.

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DevSecOps: The wave of the future

Bob Stevens of GitLab joined host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss the entire process of the software development life cycle and…

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For Army DevSecOps trainees, emotional intelligence, teamwork more important than coding skills

Hannah Hunt, the chief product and innovation officer for the Army Software Factory, said the third cohort of DevSecOps trainees started in January.

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