Defense

  • Larissa Riviezzo

    This Rising Star's job is to equip U.S. soldiers with biometric-based gear to help them tell friend from foe. 11/30/2014

  • Christina Manol

    This Rising Star helps the Army's PEO EIS manage $1 billion worth of programs aimed at outfitting soldiers with the latest IT. 11/30/2014

  • Shawn Garrow

    This Rising Star has been involved in the Navy's biggest IT projects in recent years, including the Next Generation Enterprise Network. 11/30/2014

  • Kelli Bell

    This Rising Star leads the team that is in charge of conducting risk assessments for the Navy's IT systems. 11/30/2014

  • Chuck Hagel

    With Hagel leaving, what now for the innovation initiative?

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down, but the innovation initiative he announced Nov. 15 could live on. FCW interviewed three former high-ranking officials about what it will take for the effort to succeed. 11/24/2014

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    DIA fleshes out data science needs

    While much of the DORE project remains classified, the Defense Intelligence Agency has released a few details about what it is looking for in the areas of Internet of things, social media and open-source support. 11/24/2014

  • For Army cyber, it's on-the-job training

    Army Cyber Command Sgt. Maj. Rodney Harris says the Army is learning as it goes along in the uncharted terrain of cybersecurity. 11/21/2014

  • keyhole digital

    DSS plans a move out of legacy systems

    The Defense Security Service needs an enterprise system to coordinate clearance monitoring, detect possible insider threats and other tasks. 11/21/2014

  • Michael Rogers

    NSA director predicts major cyberattack by 2025

    Adm. Michael Rogers, leader of NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, testified on Capitol Hill on Nov. 20 about pending cybersecurity legislation. 11/20/2014

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    Israeli breakthrough and special ops RFI

    News and notes from around the federal IT community. 11/20/2014

  • soldiers using mobile device

    Can mobility trump bureaucracy at DOD?

    Randall Conway, director of C4 and information infrastructure in the DOD CIO office, says the Pentagon has no choice but to embrace commercial off-the-shelf mobile devices. 11/19/2014

  • Chuck Hagel

    Hagel outlines DOD 'innovation initiative'

    Invoking the ascendance of Russia and China, and the leveling of the technological playing field, the defense secretary calls for smarter R&D in tight fiscal times. 11/17/2014

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