For the first time since Congress began composing the biannual Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard, more agency grades declined than improved.
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Commercial cloud offerings are part of a modern technology arsenal that the whole of the U.S. government must consider adopting.
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.
There are two types of government procurement issues contractors might find infuriating and prevent warfighters from getting the best industry offers.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is hosting the world’s first collaborative machine-intelligence competition to overcome spectrum scarcity.
The Parliamentary Assembly will discuss a report urging governments to take a more proactive role in defining the IoT's future at its spring session.
Managing spectrum, much like other national resources such as water, natural gas and land, is a growing issue due to the number of users. Now more than ever, it's important to outline a national approach to spectrum utilization for both the U.S. economy and the federal government.
Autonomous functionality is increasing, evidenced by drones, self-driving cars and voice-controlled devices. The key to successfully transitioning these systems for military and defense use is trust.
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.