In this brave new defense acquisition world, opportunities abound not only for prime contractors, but for subcontractors as well.
An old adage says that the only constant is change-and for national security, acquisition must stay in step even while constant budget woes threaten to short-change U.S. security measures.
While China currently holds the monopoly on rare earths, others in the world community prepare to sever their dependence on that country to mine and produce their own minerals and materials.
A recently released draft plan provides a road map for federal agencies and industry to navigate through the development of the cloud-computing model.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but that's not always the case in cyberspace-where malicious website impostors steal vital data from legit site users.
The cream of the crop usually rises to the top, and the U.S. Navy's Common Radio Room project may be no exception-with submarine technology ascending to benefit Navy surface warships.
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory researchers have developed a prototype family of small-scale UAVs tailorable for myriad platforms and missions.
SIGNAL's business profile looks at MTN Government Services, its cutting-edge satellite apps, and the man behind the company curtain.
In his final installment in a series on Defense Department information technology, Paul A. Strassmann says the greatest agents of change are mindsets and money.
The National Security Agency is working to develop its own secure mobile phone architecture-using commercial off-the-shelf technologies only.