Policies and guidance help move agile development along, but agencies are struggling with challenges rooted in cultural issues.
In an unlikely partnership, DOD and Census are looking for new solutions related to data, mobility and communications.
The Defense Department will play a prominent role in navigating procurement in a tough fiscal time, and the nominee for a senior acquisition job awaits the Senate's confirmation.
Working as an analyst at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Rosapep developed a method to deliver situational awareness products.
As an incident response analyst at Creative Computing Solutions, Ogden implemented a workflow process undergirding cybersecurity support.
Shayla Parker, assistant product director in the Army's Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems, led the implementaton of a system that is part of the troop deployment process.
Agencies rely on small firms for their operations, but many of those companies don't have the cushion to survive harsh cutbacks from sequestration.
As Acquisition Management Analyst at the Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems, Miner prepared a detailed acquisition document necessary to comply with a congressional mandate.
A law requires Defense agencies to try to keep labor and overhead rates charged by contractors to 2010 levels, but a contractor advocate says the department has more leeway than it realizes.
Mobile devices including iPads and Android phones can be suitable for soldiers to use, but they have to pass muster for security.
Meeting Leon Panetta's aggressive timeline is a daunting challenge, but DOD officials say the effort is advancing.
Officials have to make a judgment call on whether to take the lower price now and potentially pay more later on when problems arise from minimal quality work.