The federal government can spur cyber education and entry into the workforce with a variety of incentives during and after schooling.
Air Force leader outlines the importance of the nation’s ground-based strategic deterrent missile.
Defeating hostile threat attempts depends on building effective private-public partnerships.
Link 16 networks support theaterwide engagements from air to ground and ground to ground.
Gentex Corp., Simpson, Pennsylvania, was awarded a $95,000,000 maximum, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price contract (H92403-19-D-0003) for the purchase of Special Operations Forces Personal Equipment Advance Requirements (SPEAR) family tactical headborne systems in support of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). Fiscal 2019 operations and maintenance funds in the amount of $150,000 were obligated at the time of award. The work will be performed in Simpson, Pennsylvania. Work is expected to be completed by April 2024.
The service looks to spur innovation with its $100 million Broad Agency Agreement.
The service is working to move these capabilities in direct support of the warfighter.
The Defense Department is employing a new design for its Next Generation (NEXTGEN) cybersecurity inspection that links the inspection to an organization’s operational mission.
The Department of Energy and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are working to advance high performance computing.
The National Security Agency is now sharing the source code of Ghidra, its reverse engineering tool for cybersecurity.
Col. Tom Horton, USAF (Ret.), a member of the executive committee on AFCEA’s board of directors, died on March 20 at the age of 72. He also served on the board of the Atlanta Chapter.
Acquisition experts believe the competition for STARS III contract should begin this year to avoid a lapse in ordering periods.
The command is reshaping itself for the multidomain battlefield.
Organizations want secure systems are but aren't sure how to measure their security system.
The military IT agency’s cloud-based personal file storage service will give warfighters more flexibility, officials say.
Modernization effort moves forward with a shift to the cloud and continued industry collaboration.
Charles (Chuck) R. Corjay, a Distinguished Life Member of AFCEA, passed away on March 17. He was 86.
The emerging tactile technology could provide key information to firefighters and other public safety officials during crises.
Deliberate discussion has always been the method of determining NATO policy and direction, but the window for that approach is narrowing. NATO must decisively confront several challenges.
Col. Kathy Swacina, USA (Ret.), and her husband Lt. Col. Dan Swacina, USA (Ret.), have generously donated $15,000 to endow a new scholarship for female students in Georgia who are majoring in STEM.