Gen. Keith Alexander cites need for access to information to thwart attacks.
The old rules of war don’t apply in cyberspace, so the federal government is writing a new book for the new age of combat.
The 2005 round of base realignment has cost $14 billion more than planned, so far, according to the GAO.
DISA's recent contract award to Red River includes services similar those the company was once fined for failing to provide, but a key executive involved in the charges is no longer with the firm.
The Obama administration and a House committee are fighting over workforce development fund.
DOD turns paper and ink into binary code for efficiency.
The DOD and VA are having difficulty meeting IT goals in a joint healthcare facility.
GAO found that DOD has processes for monitoring and reporting on late payments, but it has serious flaws.
A shortage of skilled IT pros comes at a time when cybersecurity must compete for sparse funding.
The Army has launched an effort to make it easier to test and integrate technologies before personnel in the field must depend on them.
DOD's intrinsic risk aversion challenges its ability to stay current with mobile capabilities, and some of its leaders believe it's time to rethink that caution.
Delays in collecting and then distributing workforce-support money causes uncertainty about spending the money to aid the acquisition workforce.