The United States should consider greater hardening and protection of its facilities in a near-peer environment.
The Marine Corps will interoperate more closely with other services and allies, but it needs mobile capabilities that can operate in a denied environment.
From paying the bills to streaming a favorite show, connecting with friends, ordering dinner and now enhancing social media privacy settings—there's an app for that.
The service selects academia and startup partners to advance earth- and space-based solutions to improve space operations.
Three data-related modernization projects are designed to enhance the Army's sensor-to-shooter capability on the future battlefield.
The Air Force’s program to enable innovation from its airmen, and now guardians, pulls in actionable ideas of warfighters from the Material Command.
Leader was key in how the Army coordinated warfighting in the Middle East and in creating the Army’s first cyber branch.
For those technologies that prove mature enough during the Project Convergence 2021, Army Futures Command will draft a transition plan by Christmas for Army leadership approval.
A new playbook helps customers wrap their arms around zero trust and provides a practical approach to implementing the concept.
Control room ergonomics are a matter of health and safety and an issue of efficiency and overall productivity.
As TRANSCOM supports the next wave of evacuation out of Europe of Afghan people, leader initially sees need for more complex IT solutions.
The U.S. Navy is speeding new information technology capabilities into service concurrent with eliminating old systems.
Known as the Long Range Hypersonic Weapon (LRHW), the land-based, ground-launched system is designed as a deterrent to adversaries.
Longer-lasting batteries and innovative handheld power sources are just part of IARPA's RESILIENCE program for powering intelligence devices.
The service selects the public safety network for base emergency communications.
“Quantum computing will be a scientific breakthrough. It is also expected to pose new data privacy and cybersecurity risks.”—Alejando Mayorkas, secretary of homeland security.
Systems continuity and performance have never played a more significant role in our national security.
The pilot performance program now moves forward to full implementation across all XVIII Airborne Corps aviation units.
“I think there’s more to DISA’s role in JADC2 than is obvious,” says Brian Hermann, program executive officer for services development at DISA.
Effort will discern from over 20 vendors what kinds of communications technologies are needed for armored units.