Army officials say acquisition reform efforts are already yielding dividends, particularly in fielding networked capabilities.
DOD officials are calling to prioritize science and technology funding to enable a more agile future force.
The military is developing a number of interlocking technologies to deliver anytime, anywhere awareness of facts on the ground.
More than 30 contracts that should have gone to companies owned by service-disabled veterans might not have, IG finds.
'Technical issues' tripped up Internet access at the Pentagon and other DISA facilities on March 1.
Proposed legislation would forbid companies from challenging assessments or even correcting errors, critics say.
The Veterans Affairs Department has abruptly canceled a major contract that was hailed as a key development for the joint common health record platform with the Defense Department.
The Facebook Pages format got a splashy introduction with the help of U.S. military services--with the exception of one Page that took on some water.
Efforts to prevent the proliferation of overlapping programs have fallen short.
Under a new strategic framework, the Army IT Agency consolidating more Pentagon IT -- and pursuing leading-edge technologies for the future.
GAO highlighted similar problems last year, and continues to find new examples.
The push for cyber superiority is reshaping the Air Force's approaches to planning, spending and training, says the Air Force CIO.