News and notes from around the federal IT community.
From Kuwait to Honolulu, the war with the Islamic State is changing how the U.S. military communicates.
Research agency wants self-updating programs that can run for a hundred years.
Newly minted Defense Secretary Ashton Carter's prioritization of cybersecurity will cross a threshold when the Pentagon releases a multi-year cyber strategy.
The key to the ongoing success of the Army's IT contracting vehicle is incorporating cloud and cybersecurity solutions into the next iteration.
Better management of software licenses, data centers and IT portfolios could save billions, says the annual GAO report on government efficiency.
The Pentagon's top acquisition official says provisions concerning the service chiefs and acquisition experience for personnel need improvement.
Innovation is increasingly crucial to EW, says Assistant Secretary of Defense for Acquisition Katrina McFarland.
Bob Stevens contends that the Pentagon's test program is proof of BYOD's importance.
Better Buying Power 3.0 adds cybersecurity to the list of potential trouble spots in weapons, IT and other acquisitions.
SOCOM's drone operations are based primarily in Afghanistan, with other activity in Somalia, Yemen, the Philippines and the U.S.
PEO-EIS Victor Gavin says the Navy wants to adopt not only new technologies, but also a mobile mindset.
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