U.S. Army leaders have not consistently evaluated the efficiency and effectiveness of the department’s contracting operations.
The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and IBM collaborate on brain-inspired supercomputer system.
Innovators invited to meet with DARPA program managers.
Commercial cloud offerings are part of a modern technology arsenal that the whole of the U.S. government must consider adopting.
DARPA seeks to converge capabilities on compact unmanned aerial systems.
The constant acceleration of technology is pushing for radical changes in the networking arena, tapping systems to continuously scale capacity and connectivity.
The future for the U.S. Defense Department is coming at the speed of light—literally. Securing it presents many challenges.
Diverse sciences ranging from forensics to nanoscale chemical sampling and storage are among the research opportunities being targeted by IARPA to support future U.S. intelligence community activities.
A submarine bridge trainer at the Trident Training Facility in Bangor, Washington, enables submarine bridge team members to learn via a complex visual and auditory environment.
ITAMCO researchers are developing an app known by the working name SIMBA that will tap blockchain technology—the backbone of bitcoin—to transform military technology.
CompTIA is offering a bonus to Cybersecurity Analyst (CSA+) mini-boot camp participants at AFCEA's Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium.
DISA is discovering and evolving disruptive technologies with the formation of its burgeoning Innovations Systems and Engineering Directorate.
Sharon Jones, director of the DISA’s Office of Small Business Programs, received the Tracey L. Pinson Small Business Professional of the Year Award in April.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center and industry combine quadcopter and Android technology to remotely detect mines in surf.
An extensive list of current contract vehicles available through the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is now online.
The DragonflEye, a cyborg insect intended for a variety of missions, including intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, has liftoff.
Beginning today, all cleared government contractors must complete insider threat employee awareness training prior to being granted access to classified information and every year thereafter.
As virtual reality technology becomes less expensive and delivers a more realistic, immersive experience, some experts warn it is only a matter of time before terrorists use it for plotting attacks.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is working to streamline its acquisition processes by using a mixture of efficiency and expertise.
Technology breakthroughs deliver critical language and sociocultural content faster than ever before with fewer resources than full immersion experiences.