The Defense Department has made strides in managing its financial systems but more work remains in the areas of accountability and auditability, says a congressional panel.
Forthcoming security standards are expected to allow the use of certain mobile devices on DOD's secure networks.
The Military Health System's AHLTA clinical data repository suffered a day-long shutdown after a software problem last week, affecting thousands of users.
Almost 100,000 federal employees owe more than $1 billion in unpaid taxes -- and that could cost them their jobs.
DARPA and SAIC are set to develop a new mobile ad-hoc network for smart phone use.
The research arm of the Defense Department is looking for ways to crowdsource weapon systems testing.
Although everyone will feel the pain of budget cuts in the days ahead, some areas of defense IT will fare better than others.
Defense Department plans for migrating services to commercial clouds will be revealed in the coming weeks.
As the Army has embraced video game-like training, officials see a need for personalized avatars.
DHS' new role marks a milestone for the data-sharing effort as it grows past pilot-program status.
DISA is taking aim at enterprise capabilities, beginning immediately with combining offices to streamline and focusing on cybersecurity as a priority.
With a new RFI, the Air Force looks into the future of cyberspace operations.