Criterion Systems, Inc., Vienna Virginia, has promoted Charlie Doyle to chief operating officer.
The Defense Department is moving forward with preparations for an enterprise tactical cloud, says the DOD’s top information officer.
The vitality of information technology has been put on display, and changes it has wrought are going to help define the new normal.
In many organizations, the resistance to change is an enduring part of its culture—to the delight of adversaries and competitors.
The Accelerated Migration Project moved petabytes of secondary healthcare data and related applications to the cloud, transforming access to DOD medical records.
NYU researchers are studying the behavior of people leaving healthcare facilities, which could inform localized disease transmission models that can be applied to larger areas.
When the coronavirus invaded America’s shores, scientists scurried to gather information. They’ve answered some of the critical questions, but some answers are yet to come.
The U.S. Navy is focusing on parallel development of its new digital assets and capabilities as it works to rush advanced information innovations to the fleet.
As a way to provide sea denial in support of naval operations, expeditionary advanced base operations are the Marine Corps’ bid for success in disrupting the fait accompli strategies of great power competitors. While highly promising, this concept possesses a critical vulnerability: signature management.
The cyber attack surface will expand as the remote workforce and the tools they use become new vectors for adversaries.
Artificial intelligence systems worked well during the Army Project Convergence exercise. The network and small quadcopters, on the other hand, need some work.
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, Redondo Beach, California, has been awarded a $298,044,362 firm-fixed-price Evolved Strategic Satellite Communications contract. This contract provides a payload to develop hardware and software. Work will be performed in Redondo Beach, California, and is expected to be completed May 2025. This is a sole-source acquisition. Fiscal 2020 research, development, test and evaluation funds in the amount of $31,190,000 are being obligated at the time of award.
Cybersecurity is now a significant area of focus to senior leaders who have witnessed significant financial and reputational damage from adversaries.
The service’s force organization will be lean but powerful, operations leader said.
A new memorandum of understanding was announced today by NASA and the U.S. Space Force during a Mitchell Institute virtual event.
China may claim that its global supremacy is inevitable, but it still is plagued by insecurity and doubt.
Diversity has assumed utmost importance societally. The same urgency applies to the intelligence community.
Russia, China and the United States are in a race to develop artificial intelligence. But their paths, as well as their goals, are vastly different.
Risk to the U.S. military and the nation abound from direct and indirect weather impacts as well as from near-peer adversary actions.
Companies supporting the intelligence community are taking a different look at work methods.