Raj Iyer

(U.S. Army photo by Spc. XaViera Masline)Dr. Raj Iyer. Chief Information Officer, poses for his  official portrait in the Army portrait stuidio in Arlington, Virginia, Jan 22,2021. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. XaViera Masline)

Army CIO Iyer to depart after 2-plus years

Raj Iyer has been the Army’s chief information officer November 2020 and has focused on 13 lines of effort to modernize technology and change the culture.

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Tom Temin

Army goes live with virtual desktop capability

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Uniformed and civilian cyber and military intelligence specialists monitor Army networks in the Cyber Mission Unit’s Cyber Operations Center at Fort Gordon, Ga. (Photo by Michael L. Lewis)

Army’s $15M TMF award bolsters new strategy for securing operational technology

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DoD

Army plans new $1B contract to move systems to cloud

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

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DoD

Army’s 2023 IT, cyber budget request aims to push digital transformation further, faster

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Tom Temin

BYOD, app consolidation next for Army digital transformation

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(Photo courtesy 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade)Ready at a moment's notice. Marines from the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade conducted a rapid deployment drill at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug. 18. The drill is designed to ensure Alert Contingency Marine Air Ground Task Force personnel are able to respond to a crisis swiftly, even in the midst of the COVID pandemic. 

Punishments, and first religious exemptions, for military vaccine refusers

The Marine Corps granted its first two religious exemptions to the military’s vaccine mandate last week. But punitive actions have moved ahead for thousands…

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(Courtesy of Military OneSource)Soldier uses the Military OneSource app on his cellphone. (Courtesy of Military OneSource)

Army to expand BYOD pilot after successful National Guard testing

The Army is expanding a “bring-your-own-device” policy in 2022 after seeing “tremendous operational benefit” as part of a pilot program this past fall.

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The Federal Executive Forum’s Profiles in Excellence CIO Achievements

During this webinar, top government technology executives and industry experts will reflect on their 2021 accomplishments along with the people and technology that made these programs so successful.

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