The Senate Intelligence Committee’s top Democrat says the magnitude of cyber threats call for a recalibration of the Defense budget and at least some changes to how the rest of the government is organized.
After losing its case before the Government Accountability Office, Oracle is taking its protest of DoD’s huge cloud procurement to the Court of Federal Claims
The Air Force believes it’s proved the value of agile software development via its Kessel Run project. The next task is to spread it across the service.
Incomplete, inaccurate provider database remains a major problem, 11 months after new vendors took over TRICARE management.
In legal filings, the Pentagon said it wants to move up to 80 percent of its applications to JEDI.
The Department of Homeland Security is studying whether to name a new senior official to serve as its chief data officer. It would be only the fourth cabinet-level agency to do so.
A newly-signed memorandum of understanding sets out new ways in which DHS and DoD will share resources to combat cyber threats.
A GAO review found DoD is complying with some of the constraints lawmakers placed on LPTA, but still isn’t documenting its decisions.
Mark Esper, secretary of the Army, said the Office of Personnel Management is not made up of bad people, but that the Army could better handle civilian hiring on its own.
Virginia’s senior senator demanded a briefing after a news report prompted more allegations of substandard housing conditions on military bases.