Agencies have quietly been adding augmented reality to their bag of tech tricks for years.
Conventional wisdom holds that federal budget cuts lead to less spending on contracts and, therefore, to job declines. Is that really true?
The DOD hasn't been able to conduct a successful audit, but a new bill would turn up the heat.
As a hearing intended to help prepare for the effects of sequestration degenerates into a partisan shouting match, one embarrassed congressman calls the event a 'spectacle.'
GAO has identified 32 best practices for agencies to implement and manage agile software development. We showcase 10 of the best and point you to the rest.
DARPA is looking for new tools to track social media interaction.
Legislation, partnership with industry are critical to bolster underpowered U.S. cyber defenses, according to the Cyber Command's chief.
The presumptive Republican nominee for president has made reform of the Department of Veterans Affairs part of his campaign.
Mobile devices have quickly become an important defense asset, and now the department is looking to a mobile future.
As lawmakers passed the defense appropriations bill in the late hours of July 19, they put new scrutiny on the department's spending and cut the actual amount appropriated.
The House is getting ready to pass the 2013 defense appropriations bill, but the specter of sequestration -- and a possible veto -- loom over the funding plan.
Mobile apps and cutting-edge technology are changing the way we care for our troops -- and maybe, someday, even the general public.