The maker of the popular BlackBerry is on the financial ropes. What does it mean for feds?
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is back in court -- and may be spending even more time there in run-up to the Wikileaks trial.
U.S. Southern Command is looking to DOD's science and technology communities to help in counter-narcotics operations in the jungles of South America.
The Air Force's annual IT conference has been shelved for 2012 as event spending comes under tough government scrutiny.
Congress is demanding Defense Secretary Leon Panetta furnish a comprehensive report on the potential effects of sequestration, which could take effect Jan. 2, 2013.
The committee says reverse auctions stimulate “aggressive competition” among vendors and lead to lower prices.
The Defense department is still struggling to implement GAO recommendations in its efforts to update its business systems.
A University of Iowa program is using virtual reality to help arm the troops of tomorrow.
As the U.S. military shifts its focus to the Asia-Pacific region, it will need to develop new technologies, its leader says.
The Army's training program in app writing has proven successful.
Army managers did not reengineer their Logistics Modernization Program system to perform Procure-to-Pay functions correctly, leaving the program open to fraud and poor bookkeeping.
As defense officials try to figure out where to trim costs, the White House offers some advice: Avoid a last-in, first-out approach.