If you think the archetypal Silicon Valley millennial nerd company has antipathy for the US military and national security think again, according to Geosite founder and CEO Rachel Olney.
The Defense and Homeland Security departments have been scrambling to find the latest technology. But Northern Virginia venture capitalist Jonathan Aberman is helping local industry better sell its own products.
Amid the Trump administration's plans to transform the way the government approaches customer service, agencies and lawmakers are laying the groundwork to get that strategy off the ground.
IT marketing legend Regis McKenna joins host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center for a wide ranging discussion of his marketing philosophy and his experiences in working with clients Apple, Intel, 3Com and other companies in Silicon Valley in the 1970s and 80s. September 10, 2018
Stew Magnuson, editor-in-chief of National Defense Magazine, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week's Fed Access to discuss artificial intelligence, army robotics, hypersonic missiles and other advances in military technology.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new report from the Office of Management and Budget weighs the costs and benefits of federal regulations.
The Homeland Security Department Science and Technology Directorate's cybersecurity division is in a more comfortable place now with many of its top research and development priorities. It's transitioned more than 75 major projects to practice and is finding a solid footing in the Silicon Valley start-up space.
Former Defense Secretary Ash Carter has urged his successor, former Marine Gen. James Mattis, to continue fostering relationships with tech innovators as part of his drive to create a "force of the future."
DataTribe, a new incubator based in Silicon Valley and Maryland, wants to invest in entrepreneurs who are currently working in government.
The Pentagon says its new Silicon Valley-based technology outreach office is seeing some early successes in rapid acquisition. It handled its first dozen procurements in an average time of 60 days. But most of the money it spent went to established companies, not garage-style startups.
Silicon Valley may offer a siren call for gray feds, but by some accounts it's a hotbed of ageism.
Defense Department Chief Information Officer Terry Halvorsen says a trip to Silicon Valley further cemented the department's goal transitioning to the cloud and updating security credentials
Federal CIOs say when it comes to modernizing government IT systems, most of the workforce welcomes the change. But if the government truly wants to modernize, it will have to do more than try to catch up to the technology curve.
Steve Blank teaches Hacking for Defense, a new course at Stanford University that links students with defense agencies to promote innovation in engineering.