For U.S. Special Operations, detailed knowledge of its surroundings now and where its operators may be headed is an essential component of dominance.
Developers, integrators, users and administrators at the Defense Department need to focus on the results and not give up or complain to one another.
The Coast Guard joins VA in agreeing to adopt the commercial EHR DoD has already selected, but implementation details remain unclear.
Today’s technology innovation sounds like the perfect storm: millions of new mobile devices, a need for collaboration on sensitive documents, and an increased security concern.
Beyond its own doctors, nurses, technicians and support staff, the VA relies on a network of contractors to maintain operations.
Defense officials acknowledge early challenges in EHR deployment, but have no plans to delay further implementation
When Leidos Health was presented with the challenge of modernizing the Military Health Clinical Health Support System, they knew they had the experience to leverage their commercial experience to accomplish the task.
Keith Johnson, chief technology officer and chief engineer for Leidos’ Defense and Intelligence Group joined Federal News Radio to share insights in the areas of cost, analysis and user experience in the cloud.
Federal information technology executives are tasked with managing the data inundation and cyber threats they encounter on a daily basis, often with limited resources, both from a budgetary and skilled personnel perspective. Federal News Radio recently spoke with Steve Hull, chief information officer at Leidos, to address these issues and more.
Roopangi Kadakia, the Veterans Affairs Department’s chief cloud strategist, is leaving for the private sector.