In a rare joint appearance, two former DOD leaders to take Congress to task for exacerbating the top U.S. threats: budget cuts and the national debt.
The DOD attributes a drop in Afghanistan casualties to better intelligence, but some military commanders want to choose their own systems to reduce losses further.
In war zones, contract personnel are often just getting familiar with their work when it's time to go home.
Agencies understand the importance of sharing information, but it still can be difficult to do well. Two new reports document some of the reasons.
Hopes are high that DOD's cloud-based architecture will make a real difference for deployed soldiers, but some challenges still remain to be solved.
Informing potential victims of a data breach as early as possible seems like a sensible policy, but it's not that easy.
GSA's conference scandal was just the start. Now a dozen agencies are being asked to defend their spending on conferences.
The latest document is part of a new, multi-layered planning methodology for DISA.
Facing budget pressures and a world of shifting priorities, DOD is open to help from contractors as it analyzes and tracks strategies.
Joint explosives organization faces an uncertain post-Afghanistan future, but its CIO hopes that the culture it created will survive and continue to serve the government.
Fiscal pressures are forcing the military branches to collaborate and share, potentially leading to smarter, better IT projects, leaders say.
The DOD and VA are focused on finding the right technology to serve troops over a lifetime -- even with bumps along the way -- and those closest to the effort say the stumbles are leading to progress.