STEM education is beginning to take root at the earliest levels of education. Will it germinate quickly enough?
The Department of Defense released today the revised Military Intelligence Program top line budget request for fiscal 2017 that was disclosed to the public on February 9, 2016. The $16.8 billion is now updated to include additional funding above the initial president's budget request. The total, which includes both the base budget and overseas contingency operations funding, is $18.5 billion.
A DHS report to Congress indicates that security has improved even as threats have increased.
The U.S. Defense Department has initiated a market research effort to identify potential industry sources under a potential five-year, $325 million acquisition program for technical support services.
The Department of Homeland Security’s S&T Directorate announced the transition of Hyperion, a malware detection technology, to the commercial marketplace.
Forecasting data collected during IARPA’s Aggregative Contingent Estimation (ACE) program by team Good Judgment is now available for use by the public and the research community.
An AFCEA employee reflects on the privilege of greeting World War II and Korean War veterans on an Honor Flight.
All vendors, contractors and service providers currently qualified for or using the Navy Commercial Access Control System are being transitioned to the Defense Biometric Identification System.
Facing the need to innovate and incorporate new technologies, the Atlantic alliance is on the move. But is it moving quickly enough?
Canada is offering itself as a sleeper source of advanced cyber and satellite technology.
A raft of concepts can help spawn innovation. But they must be part of a concerted effort or success will be elusive.
The evolution of cyber created ideal conditions for hackers. Now, managers must tamper with nature and reverse the consequences.
NATO's NCI Agency has announced the 10 winners of its Defence Innovation Challenge.
The NCI Agency reaches out to industry with 11 contract opportunities in command, control, communications, computers and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.
The need for innovation in cybersecurity often is stymied by procurement complications.
NATO must build a network of trusted peers on which to rely for cybersecurity. However, that it easier said than done.
The networked force that defines military superiority makes interoperability for coalition operations more than important then ever.
Threat hunting allows cyber attacks to be discovered earlier with the goal of stopping them before intruders are able to carry out their attack objectives.
Nearly 60 employees of Sandia National Laboratories have been recognized by the Department of Energy for their work during the 2014 Ebola epidemic.
Information systems require increased network speeds, as well as improved security and monitoring tools, to deal with an avalanche of big data and the advanced computing requirements that are driven by so much data.