DOD is taking a multi-faceted approach to overhauling the way it buys goods and services in the face of dwindling funds.
The Veterans Affairs Department has awarded a new contract for development of a joint platform for an electronic health record system with the Defense Department.
The Defense Department is set to broaden a pilot program from 37 participants to 200, according to the DOD CIO.
Momentum for satellite export reform is stalled by the complex and technical nature of the issue.
New telework guidance focuses on non-military personnel.
The Navy is looking for help and advice from the private sector as it continues to consolidate its data centers.
DOD and the intelligence community use an acquisition process better suited to a bygone era, but efforts to move forward are gaining speed.
Defense officials have fixed a few problems, but they aren't in the clear yet in gathering accurate data.
The Naval Air Systems Command plans to leverage commercial cellular technology to test the broadband communications capability aboard three ships in 2013.
The challenge of separating inherently governmental work from contractor-appropriate work bedevils DOD.
New mobile apps help troops returning from combat deal with PTSD, find jobs, seek medical care -- and stay connected to buddies still in harm's way.
Some say making IT systems a moving target to hackers and centralizing cybersecurity policy will turn around current flawed approaches.