The Department of the Navy creates new ways to collaborate with industry to harness advancements.
Long a source of key intelligence for Earth-based operations, the space domain now requires its own specialized intelligence.
Industry must be the source of several key intelligence technologies and capabilities.
The hybrid cloud may be the digital holy grail for the intelligence community.
The intelligence community must ramp up across the breadth of its disciplines to compete with looming adversaries.
Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia, has been awarded a time and materials contract (HHM402-19-C-0058) with a ceiling of $89,993,973 to provide support services for the Defense Intelligence Agency's (DIA) Directorate of Analysis. Through this award, DIA will procure services for the production, dissemination and tracking of DIA's finished intelligence products, including the development and maintenance of applications and tools used to perform the mission. Work will be performed in the National Capital Region with an expected completion date of February 28, 2025.
The intelligence community is in for major changes as it confronts new and emerging threats across the entire spectrum of operations.
The new threat picture has signaled the time for defense intelligence to come together in an unprecedented common operating picture.
Every year AFCEA recognizes outstanding military students with honor and research awards, and AFCEA members travel to universities all over the country to present them in person.
If Hollywood were to create a movie about CIA human intelligence gathering, it would need to be more Mission Impossible than James Bond.
If the pursuit of DNA-based data storage is a race, it is probably more of a long, arduous, challenge-laden Tough Mudder than a quick, straightforward 50-yard dash.
Microorganisms may be a key element in supporting the needs of future soldiers.
Threats to the United States from across the world are more frequent and persistent, and the NGA has had to change some aspects of its tradecraft.
Deepfakes are a recent disruptive development in the technology world, and both the House and Senate are investigating the phenomena and have introduced bills to combat these potentially dangerous creations.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency presents its strategic plan to protect the nation’s critical infrastructure.
Deployable flood inundation sensors based on the Internet of Things are being developed to monitor flood-prone areas in real time to rapidly detect them and alert officials, industry and citizens to potential threats.
U.S. intelligence must integrate its assets and procedures to address the challenges of new technologies and malevolent potential adversaries, says the former head of Army intelligence.
The Army’s modernization efforts begin with science and technology.
The U.S. Army is enjoying a renaissance period for cyber and EW technologies and has a chance to lay a foundation of interoperability in cyber systems.
The service’s integration of cyber, electronic warfare and intelligence into the Air Combat Command forges ahead.