Innovation got pushed to the back burner as feds faced down pay freezes, shutdowns and budget cuts.
Cuts come from 70 installations, 37 states and eight commands and agencies.
The Navy has long been expected to release its final NGEN RFP on Dec. 21, but it appears that's no longer the case.
A memo reminds defense agencies about current moratorium on public-private competition.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency plans to launch a Managed Data Center Services Pilot to make IT buying easier.
The Defense Department, following the Navy's lead, has been using social media to interact with the public in commemorating the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor.
DISA's fiscal 2011 Defense Working Capital Fund financial statement has earned the agency its first "clean" audit designation.
DARPA announces a winner for its shredded-document challenge, designed to find out more about handling and exploiting sensitive documents.
While measures pertaining to military detention of suspected terrorists dominated the debate, the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act will also affect defense IT.
Industry groups concerned about some provisions in the DOD's authorizing legislation.
Debate over a controversial measure that allows the military to detain terror suspects around the world, even American citizens on U.S. soil, overshadows other aspects of the 2012 Defense authorization bill.
With budget pressures bearing down and a workforce demanding mobile technology, intelligence agencies look to the cloud for solutions.