From Defense One
New NSA Effort Aims to Help Smaller Defense Firms Ward Off Malware
A pilot program allows select firms to get third-party help in securing their websites.
Chinese Students Are Key to US National Security, Eric Schmidt Says
Google CEO-turned-DoD advisor pushes back on notion that turning them away will keep American safer.
3 Ways to Hire More Tech Talent
Want to hack a satellite? Come work for the Defense Department, one of its leading talent officials said.
The Future of the Army
As the U.S. Army looks to the future, it expects enemies who are much better armed than the ones U.S. soldiers encountered in the first two decades of the 21st century.
Genius Machines Market Resource Center
Market resource center presented by Government Executive Media Group, Inc.
Artificial Intelligence in Action
Federal agencies are laying the groundwork now for how artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation may change their operations in not-so-distant future.
Government Innovation in a Global Pandemic
Numerous federal agencies have responded to a global pandemic with a rush of technical innovation, ushering in solutions to a wide variety of challenges never before encountered in the modern era.
What Google’s New Contract Reveals About the Pentagon’s Evolving Clouds
For one thing, it disproves fears that the massive JEDI contract meant one company would get all the work.
The Pentagon Will Use AI to Predict Panic Buying, COVID-19 Hotspots
The prototype can predict trends in supply and demand and infection down to the zip code.
War on Autopilot? It Will Be Harder Than the Pentagon Thinks
Despite defense contractors’ glittering demonstrations, difficult realities are challenging the military’s race to network everything.
China Has Increasing Sway in US Science, JASON Report Says
Beijing is using better jobs at home, aggressive intelligence agencies, and a greater financial reach to influence American institutions.
The US Wants to Intimidate China with Hypersonics, Once It Solves the Physics
The U.S. is pressing ahead with new missiles, but questions remain about engineering, tactics, and even geopolitics.
Toward a War With Fewer Radio Calls
A recent Air Force test that data-linked an F-35 and an F-22 promises to move and combine data automatically.
US Army to Study How Humans Team With AI
A new contract will focus on the teaming aspect of artificial intelligence in warfare by analyzing how humans and machines think when working together.
C4ISR: The Military's Nervous System
When it comes to supporting military operations, history has shown that effective communication and information-sharing processes are just as important as ordnance, strategy, and logistics.
The Rise of Space-Based C4ISR
Throughout human history, space has been a source of fascination, sparking awe and commanding reverence.
Military Communications and Reconnaissance in the Maritime Arena
When it comes to the abilities of adversaries to threaten U.S. security, the tides are changing -- and they are changing fast.
From the Industry
Training and Certification for U.S. Government
Build cloud fluency to accelerate innovation and transform your mission
Why Choose Cisco for U.S. Defense IT?
For more than 30 years, Cisco has been committed to changing the way the world works, and our partnership with the DoD enables and empowers some of its most difficult mission needs.
Cloudera Enterprise Data Cloud For Any Data Anywhere From Edge to AI
Enterprise-class security and governance. Multi-function data analytics. An elastic cloud experience.
Manage content from creation to delivery to be mission-ready
Adobe solutions for the national security community
DocuSign Government Industry Brief
More than 1,300 federal, state and local government agencies in all 50 states use DocuSign to work remotely with electronic forms, agreements, applications, correspondence management and approval processes.
IBM Military AI Readiness Assessment
Are you doing all you can to leverage your data? Take this assessment to find out what your biggest barriers to readiness are, and what to do next no matter how you rank.
Pega for acquisition modernization
Streamline acquisition and procurement while reducing time to decision and delivery
10 Considerations for Kubernetes Deployments
Container development promises unprecedented portability and scalability in the cloud. In addition, DevOps development and cultural practices offer increased business value and responsiveness.
Becoming Cloud Smart in the Department of Defense
CloudFirst, was embraced by the US DoD with a mandate to all military departments (MILDEPS) to move to the cloud.
World Wide Technology
ATC Innovation Ecosystem
A B2B Platform built on a collection of physical labs, virtualized to create a collaborative innovation ecosystem to design, build, educate and deploy innovative technology products, integrated architectural solutions and digital business outcomes for our customers, partners, employees and communities around the globe.
Dcode for Government
Government organizations trust Dcode to train them on innovative business and acquisition practices, the emerging tech landscape, and how to scale solutions and advance their mission.
The 2020 Federal Scorecard
The 2020 Federal Scorecard examines the Department’s investments in the eight National Defense Strategy (NDS) Modernization Priorities necessary to build a lethal force able to defeat China or Russia in a high-intensity war.
The Pulse of GovCon
Bidding With Intent in Government Contracting
Putting the “Human Element” Back into Government Contracting Data
Via Satellite Digital Edition
Via Satellite magazine offers in-depth coverage of the global satellite industry delivered monthly directly to your inbox.
Are Federal Data Backups Safe from Ransomware? Maybe Not.
Federal agencies reported more than 35,000 cybersecurity incidents for their IT systems in the fiscal year ending September 2017, with thousands of these cases involving phishing emails carrying advanced malware or ransomware.
Make Automation a Key Part of Your Cloud Strategy
What started as a steady trudge toward cloud adoption has turned into a public sector race to the cloud with mounting pressure from laws and federal mandates.