A squabble over protecting incumbent federal users in the recently auctioned 24 GHz spectrum points to breakdown in collaborative process, Democrats on the House spectrum panel say.
"Data-centricity is key" to smarter supply chain management for the service.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is testing out zero-trust networking on DOD's classified network.
Matt Goodrich, who helped elevate the General Services Administration's cloud security program, is headed to the private sector.
Contractors will be facing big changes and tight timelines when DOD's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification goes live next year.
A small change in the Federal Acquisition Regulation’s language that makes GWAC purchases a little smoother could help out as fall buying season nears.
The cyber agility framework can help organizations better understand the effectiveness of their cybersecurity efforts.
House Democrats rallied to pass the 2020 defense authorization bill without any Republican support, building contention over topline spending and other high-profile issues.
A federal judge rejected complaints by Oracle that conflict of interest and unfair requirements warranted a rebid of the $10 billion, 10-year Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract.
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley testified during his confirmation hearing that filling DOD's leadership vacancies was essential to the "effectiveness and efficiency of the department."
A House panel grilled energy regulators about the presence of Huawei and ZTE gear in power providers' operations.
The move comes as the Office of Personnel Management is taking steps to integrate its IT operations with the General Services Administration.